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MedQuest 2022

MedQuest 2.0 has begun at Rutland Regional Medical Center Students and The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont Mentors were welcomed by President and CEO Claudio Fort. We are off and running.

Dynamic RRMC panel presenting to the MedQuest Students. The students asked substantive questions ranging from “What is a typical day like in your profession?” to “How do you avoid burnout in your profession?” The panelists responded honestly sharing excellent information with a touch of humor. 

Top: Keith Bankert, Laboratory Director; Beth Winter, Director of Security; Sheila Sharrow, Manager of Rutland Behavioral Health; and Dr. John Coco-Marble Valley Eye Care

Bottom: Rutland Regional Medical Center President and CEO Claudio Fort welcomes students at the start of MedQuest 2022.

MedQuest 2022, Day 2

MedQuest students learning about social determinants of health. They are visiting different stations with various simulated chronic health conditions like cataracts, arthritis, and neuropathy. This activity helped them better empathize with patients who have these conditions.

 

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