Mar 23, 2020
Dr. Victor Dzau is the president of the National Academy of Medicine, the independent, congressionally chartered organization originally created to advise the federal government and advance the wellbeing of the US population. Today, the National Academy's mandate is much broader. It includes members from across the globe and partners with organizations worldwide to address the challenges that affect us all. Dr. Dzau is past president and CEO of Due University Health System, former chairman of medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and past chairman of the Department of Medicine at Stanford University. Today we discuss clinician burnout, the opioid epidemic, and the Academy's landmark report on medical errors.
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