“The Healing Eye Exhibit Opens in Rubenstein Hall.” Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke. 20 August 2012.

“Anderson Documents Patient Experience with Cardiac Arrest.” Duke Translational Medicine Institute. 24 July 2012.

“Why Doctors Should Shoot.” Huffington Post. 22 June 2012.

“Doctors Who Shoot: Seeing Patients Through A New Lens.” Psychology Today. 18 June 2012.

“Surviving Cardiac Arrest A Reason to Learn CPR.” Duke Medicine. 21 June 2012.

“Cardiac Arrest Survivor Pays It Forward with CPR Awareness.” Duke Today. 11 June 2012.

“Why Doctors Should Shoot.” Randi Epstein. 28 May 2012.

“Duke Residents Learn Empathy Through the Camera Lens.” Duke Med Alumni News Magazine. Spring 2012. Duke Residents Learn Empathy Through the Camera Lens

“Documenting Duke Medicine.” Duke Medicine Magazine. April 2012. Documenting Duke Medicine

Duke Psychiatry Resident Jennifer Segura’s documentary work featured on Duke Psychiatry Social Media website:

“Syllabus: Documentary Studies 104S: Medicine and the Vision of Documentary Photography.” Duke Magazine. November-December 2011.

“A Healing Lens: Doctors and Students Explore Patient Experience Through Photography.” The Duke Chronicle. 10 November 2011.

“Documenting Medicine to Make Deeper Connections.” Raleigh News & Observer. 04 September 2011.

“RX: Medicine and Empathy” Charlotte Observer. 04 September 2011.

“Photography and the Education of a Doctor.” Duke News. 20 February 2010.

“Documenting Medicine Exhibit Opening & Reception for Documentary Work by Duke Physicians.” 27 January 2012. Duke Translational Medicine

“Documenting Medicine Program.” George Washington University Medical Education Futures Study Newsletter.

“The teenagers I photographed taught me a lot, even as many of them struggled with serious challenges in their own lives. Having gone out to meet with them in their world, I came away with no neat formulations about teenage pregnancy but rather a richer, more accurate context in which to see them, and I hope, better understand their experience.” – John Moses, M.D.

“People learn using different modalities, and for some people the visual route opens the door to understanding. Even richer than teaching using documentary methods is the experience of the individual who prepares the materials, since documentary studies by their nature include rich human interactions. We learn when we take part, whether as the subject, the documentarian, or the viewer. This is a unusually meaningful project in which I'm very glad to participate." - Dr. Ross McKinney, Director of the Trent Center

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