Danielle Ofri MD, PhD is one of the foremost voices in the medical world today, shining an unflinching light on the realities of healthcare and speaking passionately about the doctor-patient relationship. She has been a practicing physician at Bellevue Hospital for more than two decades and is a clinical professor of medicine at NYU. She is a founder and editor-in-chief of the Bellevue Literary Review and writes regularly for the New York Times, Slate Magazine, The Lancet, NEJM, and other publications. Her TED talks include Deconstructing Perfection and Fear: A Necessary Emotion. Ofri is the author of six books about life in medicine. Her newest book is “When We Do Harm: A Doctor Confronts Medical Error.” www.danielleofri.com
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