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A psychopathology didactic taught as a movie club. REDRUM is the Psychopathology course at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School scheduled during our Department of Psychiatry.
In the Division of Psychosomatic Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, pre-rounds are called PSY-FELD, where we discuss the psychopathology demonstrated in Larry David’s syndicated situational comedy (not that there’s anything wrong with that).
From the mind of Anthony Tobia, MD
Co-hosted by Arnav Pondicherry (Web Master)
Wicked Knights is a website dedicated to innovations in medical education and clinical practice. Within these web pages, you will discover various programs housed in the Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School that aim to improve outcomes of students, residents, allied health professionals, and people afflicted with mental illness.
Where the Main Campus Meets Mainstream
From College Avenue, over the Raritan River, to our medical school on the Rutgers Busch Campus, our unique teaching programs integrate art and popular culture into the cutting edge of education. Whether its data presented at national meetings or articles published in medical journals, you will certainly agree that Robert Wood Johnson Medical School offers an educational experience like no other.
If you’re curious as to how a zombie apocalypse or the Minotaur can possibly contribute to improved patient outcomes, you’ve found the right place. Several of our clinical projects are Best Practices at the university and have consistently demonstrated quality improvement in outcomes for the patients we care for.
Welcome to our webpage dedicated to the works of writer-director M. Night Shyamalan and the role his films play in teaching the topic of psychiatry. At Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, we’ve created a course within our REDRUMTM (Reviewing Mental Disorders with a Reverent Understanding of the Macabre) curriculum that teaches psychopathology through selected films of M. Night Shyamalan. …Read More