On October 27, 2016, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera was presented at a special Grand Rounds event at our medical school. The event was co-presented with Miss Julia Udine (from Broadway’s Phantom) and set as a patient interview. A faculty member from the Department of Psychiatry asked Julia questions from a psychiatric evaluation to which she responded in song creating a dialogue that was attended by over 450 people. Click here to watch Miss Julia Udine portray Christine Daae to review the depressive disorders chapter of the DSM.
In addition to listing course goals and objectives, we’ve set course syllabi to music videos for our students. Our Guns-n-Roses didactic reviews personality theory in formulating antisocial personality disorder by setting pics of some of the most notorious serial killers in history to Don’t Cry (Use Your Illusion I, 1991).
Our Billy Joel video reviews a broad range of psychopathology topics by setting pics from some of the greatest films in Hollywood to Miami 2017 (Turnstiles, 1976).