Lectures/Symposia (videos)

Interview Series with Dr. Denis A. Cortese, Former CEO, Mayo Clinic

From the institution with more than a century-old history of in-house medical communications education, the former CEO of Mayo Clinic, Dr. Denis Cortese discusses the future of medical communications.

Date January 7-9, 2013
Venue Arizona State University
Guest Denis A. Cortese, M.D.
Emeritus President and CEO Mayo Clinic
Arizona State University Foundation Professor and
Director of the Healthcare Delivery and Policy Program
Interviewers

J. Patrick Barron
Professor and Chair, Department of International Medical Communications,
Tokyo Medical University
Adjunct Professor, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital

Edward F. Barroga, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of International Medical Communications,
Tokyo Medical University

(Titles as of January, 2013)

(Since 2013, the DIMC at Tokyo Medical University has undergone radical changes, so the content described in these videos are not necessarily applicable to the department's current situation.)

1. In-house support for medical publishing at the Mayo Clinic [19 min. 51 sec.]

2. Oral presentations [6 min. 11 sec.]

3. Making acknowledgements [3 min. 15 sec.]

4. Medical communication staff selection [4 min. 13 sec.]

5. Patient and general public education [11 min. 56 sec.]

6. Conflict of Interest (COI) [7 min. 35 sec.]

7. Duplicate publication [5 min. 45 sec.]

8. Combining clinical and other work at the Mayo Clinic [2 min. 41 sec.]

9. Functions of communications support centers (1) [10 min. 38 sec.]

10. Increase in costs and funding [5 min. 15 sec.]

11. English for medical purposes and proficiency exams [13 min. 41 sec.]

12. Functions of communications support centers (2) [06 min. 40 sec.]

13. Submission and resubmission of papers [09 min. 30 sec.]

14. Functions of communications support centers (3) [18 min. 21 sec.]