UCLA News|Week: Treating illness with compassion
May 25, 2011
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Dr. David Feinberg, CEO of the UCLA Hospital System, is the central figure in a new book that credits a change in organizational culture with improving the treatment that patients receive. "I want everyone to be cared for like they're in my family," says Feinberg. He came in to the UCLA Broadcast studio to discuss his approach to patient care.
More information about Prescription for Excellence at www.uclahealth.org/excellence
Also this time on UCLA News|Week:
- Prof. Stephen Hubbell explains his new study revising the way species extinction rates are calculated. To drill down deeper with Prof. Hubbell, view the UCLA Uncut interview.
- Middle East expert James Gelvin, a professor of history at UCLA, analyzes the aftermath of President Obama's speech calling for peace negotiations to be based on Israel's pre-1967 borders.
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