Art Observation as a Vehicle for Clinical Education

In 2012, Justin Haseltine was a first year medical student at Weill Cornell Medical College. That very year he signed up for a pioneering 30-hour training program which used art to help medical students develop their perceptual skills. ArtMed inSight designed and developed 20 hours of that training. Read what Haseltine writes of this experience in the American Medical Student Research Journal.