20: Moving away from the medicine of the past and present
Jordyn Feingold is a first-year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine. She is passionate about integrating the science of well-being into medicine and creating cultures that enable practitioners and patients to thrive. Jordyn completed her undergraduate studies in Health and Societies as well as her Master’s of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) at the University of Pennsylvania. While transitioning to medical school, Jordyn researched and explored the vast opportunities for positive psychology to make medicine a more positive, thriving, efficient, and effective practice, where she developed the REVAMP method.
Today we are talking about Positive Psychology, the wellbeing and flourishing of medical school students, and moving away from the medicine of the past and present.