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In her five-DVD teaching opus, Healing Through Humanism, redoubtable nonagenarian documentary filmmaker Ruth Drazen presents a profusion of humane thought and artistic expression to illuminate the interdependence of clinician and patient well-being. Drazen's target audiences senior physicians and their trainees will find in these artfully produced and nimbly edited films provocative and persuasive evidence that the arts and humanities, if given the chance, offer a unique power to heal broken bodies and spirits. Reviewed by Jack Truten, PhD, FCPP --The Pharos, Spring, 2013
Healing Through Humanism provides a compelling educational experience, appropriate at all levels of health professional education, but especially for clinical clerkships and postgraduate training. The word healing in the title refers, initially at least, to self-healing. The film's key message is that physicians become more effective healers through reflective practice and growth in personal awareness, a concept of crucial importance for all clinicians and not just for those specializing in palliative medicine. Jack Coulehan. MD, MPH Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Biomedical Ethics Stony Brook University --Canadian Medical Association Journal, May 14, 2013
RUTH YORKIN DRAZEN has spent much of her professional life devoted to the improvement of the doctor/patient relationship and promoting the concept of self-healing in physicians and caregivers. Before she turned to filmmaking, she was a pioneer in the voluntary health field, building the Muscular Dystrophy Associations as Executive Director, and heading the National Genetics Foundation when research into medical genetics was in its infancy. An enthusiastic lover of the arts, in her early life she studied piano at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. As of this writing, she is 95 years young, and working on her next documentary, conversations on the subject of Love.