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SELECTED NEWS COVERAGE: June 2007

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New York Times (June 26)

Study Says Chatty Doctors Forget Patients

“I think all of us on the team thought self-disclosure is a potentially positive aspect to building a doctor-patient relationship and that we ourselves were quite good at it,“ said Susan H. McDaniel, a psychologist who is associate chairwoman of the department of family medicine at the University of Rochester and lead author of the study. “We realized that maybe not 100 percent of the time, but most of the time self-disclosure had more to do with us than with the patients.“ (Also reported by MSNBC, CBS News, USA Today Today, NPR, Washington Post, Scientific American, Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and other publications/broadcasts)

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Democrat and Chronicle (June 6)

UR packs a punch for area economy

The University of Rochester is responsible for more than 30,000 jobs directly or indirectly, spent $145 million on goods and services locally last year and pays salaries and wages of more than $1 billion a year. And as the area’s largest employer, the university’s “ties to Rochester are vital and inextricable, and they are growing,“ President Joel Seligman said on Tuesday. The university is almost an island physically, bounded by the Genesee River and Mt. Hope Cemetery. But in a speech before about 400 alumni, donors and administrators at the Memorial Art Gallery, Seligman argued that UR is already a major part of the community medically, culturally and educationally—and that its role economically is growing. (Also reported by WHAM TV ABC)

Newsday (June 1)

Gandhi’s grandson moves peace institute to Rochester

Arun Gandhi

Arun Gandhi, who learned about the sins of “politics without principle“ and “wealth without work“ at his grandfather Mahatma Gandhi’s feet, said Friday he is moving his Tennesee-based M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence to the University of Rochester. Its relocation to the University of Rochester campus “will enhance the studies and practice of peace and nonviolence core values that are shared across all cultures and all nations,“ said the university’s president, Joel Seligman. (Also reported by Jerusalem Post Israel, International Herald Tribune France, WCAX Vermont, WHAM TV ABC, Rochester Business Journal, Democrat and Chronicle and other publications/broadcasts)

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