I recently had the honor of speaking at the TEDxMaastricht conference in the Netherlands. The theme of the conference was the future of health, with a sub-theme of patient involvement. I was tasked with speaking about the future of medical education, including the role of patients in medical education overall. And I had to do it in 16 minutes—which is the time it usually takes me to get through my opening remarks. This was going to be a challenge. Having no idea where to begin, I looked at ...

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