Medical Dialogue Review
Medical Dialogue was established in July 2005 to bridge information gaps between medicine and other disciplines and to inspire thoughts about interdisciplinary issues within the field of healthcare.
It began with a small group of NYU students and became a major university-wide medical organization in the NYU community.
We accept articles from anyone who is able to discuss a socially relevant medical issue, including that of the patient experience.
What we Do
As the forerunner of dialogue between the humanities and natural sciences at New York University, the Medical Dialogue Review is an ambitious student publication established to bridge conventional boundaries between diverse disciplines and achieve a profound understanding of medicine and humanity.! If you are interested in contributing to or getting published in our journal, contact us.
Why we Do it
Every semester, students partake in our endeavor as Writers, Reviewers, and Artists. In the past, our diverse array of contributors have included student entrepreneurs, social activists, urban farmers, budding researchers, spiritual seekers, athletes, medical volunteers, business colleagues, culinary whizzes, poets, dental scholars, visionaries, and others with the same promise & potential as YOU!
The content of the Journal of Medical Dialogue Review represents perspectives of students, professionals, or patients on issues in healthcare.
MDR is unique because it encourages people to look at aspects of medicine that are often overlooked by both aspiring healthcare professionals and the general public. We facilitate the dialogue of medicine not only through biology or chemistry, but also through fields such as poetry and community health. In recent years, there has been an increasing demand in the medical community to train “physician-scholars”, or health care professionals who are not just well-versed in the science of medicine, but who also understand the role of medicine in the larger societal context.
We bring to campus exceptional professionals of healthcare or related fields who have expanded the mind of dozens of students. We capture the interest of students ranging from nursing majors, pre-health students, public policy students, medical students, and even students studying law. In the future, we plan to have even more discussions, and more opportunities for students to express themselves and expand their horizons. We hope you will grow, journey, and achieve with us through this modern intellectual renaissance!
- Ethics and Medicine
- History and Medicine
- Religion and Medicine
- Arts and Medicine
- Poetry and Medicine
- Interview with the Medical Humanity Experts
- Medicine and Politics
- Medicine and Economics
- Anthropology and Medicine
- Psychology and Medicine
- Email and CRM
- Undergraduate Research Highlights
- Community Health
- International Health
- Health Education
- Brand Experience Design
- Health Policy
- Health Administration