Stanford Medicine 25

Promoting the Culture of Bedside Medicine


We teach and promote bedside exam skills to students, residents and healthcare professionals both in person and online.

 For the secret of the care of the patient is in caring for the patient. - Peabody

Introduction by
Abraham Verghese

Overview by
Errol Ozdalga

From the Stanford Medicine 25 Blog

The Stanford Medicine 25 blog hosts cases, stories and announcements from our team. Below is an overview of our most recents posts.

  • Bedside Teaching is a Powerful Learning Tool in the ICU

    An analysis by Christopher Cheney in HealthLeaders discusses the importance of teaching at the bedside in the ICU--it's a challenging and unique environment due to “the medical complexity of the patients [and] the time pressure.”…

  • How AI Can Improve the EHR and Bedside Medicine

    In a recent JAMA Network Viewpoint feature, Stanford Medicine 25’s Abraham Verghese and Sonoo Thadaney readily endorse artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine, describing its promise as “undeniable.” But they also emphasize an overlooked opportunity, specifically how AI can “help clinicians deliver better and more humanistic care.”…

  • Medical Students Recognize Importance of Bedside Manner

    Truly caring for the patient begins at the bedside with observation, examination and connection. An article in In Training – “Why is Bedside Manner Important” – describes the value of taking time to engage with patients at the bedside because a “chart can only reveal so much.”…

  • Using Riddles as Medical Teaching Tools

    In a recent article in The American Journal of Medicine (AMjMED), Stanford Medicine 25’s Abraham Verghese advocates for riddles as a teaching tactic.


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