* 1. Please state if you are a student, staff, and/or faculty:

* 2. Would you like to continue being involved in the Common Community R.E.A.D. (Research, Education, Activism and Diversity) activities?

* 3. How often to you think we should conduct a Common Community R.E.A.D.?

* 4. What types of books would you like to see us read?

* 5. Out of the books listed, what book or books would you like to read?

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Body of Work by Christine Montross
Outliers by Malcom Gladwell
Demographic Changes (report of the Institute of Medicine)
Informed Consent by Benjamin Brown (about the US Medical Education system)
The Soul of a Doctor; medical school student essays edited by Pories, Jain and Harper
The Soul of Medicine by Sherwin Nuland
How We Live by Sherwin Nuland
How We Die by Sherwin Nuland
Something for the Pain by Paul Austin
The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman
The Anatomy of Hope by Jerome Groopman
Who Shall Live? by Fuch
The Woman Who Decided to Die by Munson
Every Patient Tells a Story by Sanders (no first name provided)
My Own Country by Abraham Verghese
Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese
How Doctors Think by Jerome Groopman
Final Exam by Pauline Chen
Complications by Atul Gawande
Intern by Sanddep Jauhar
The Scalpel and the Silver Bear by Lori Arviso Alvord
What Patients Taught Me by Audrey Young
On Becoming a Doctor by Tania Heller
Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder
Medical Apartheid: the dark history of medical experimentation… by Harriet A. Washington
Parasite Rex: inside the bizarre world of nature’s most dangerous creatures by Carl Zimmer

* 6. Was it a benefit having the book for free?

* 7. Any other suggestions or comments:

* 8. How would you suggest we increase participation (by staff, students, faculty, the other campus...)?