Walter Franklin Baile, MD, Oral History Interview, October 25, 2016
Major Topics Covered:
- Psychiatry at MD Anderson
- Developing communications teaching at MD Anderson
- The iCare communications program: services, institutional support for
- Institutional change with shift in administration, 2011 and Ronald DePinho
Chapter 11: Communication, Propaganda, and the Need for Self-Awareness
Chapter 12: Clinicians and Communication: Challenges and Obstacles to Good Rapport
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Baile, Walter F. MD and Rosolowski, Tacey A. PhD, "Walter Franklin Baile, MD, Oral History Interview, October 25, 2016" (2016). Interview Sessions. 69.
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About the Interview Subject
Dr. Walter Franklin Baile [b. 2 June 1944, Jersey City, New Jersey] was recruited to MD Anderson in 1994 as a Professor in the Department of Neuro-Oncology where he also served as Chief of the Psychiatry Section. When he retired in 2016 he was a Professor in the Department of Behavioral Science and a practicing psychiatrist with a dual appointment in the Department of Psychiatry. He also served as founding Director of the Interpersonal Communication and Relationship Enhancement (I*CARE) program in the Department of Faculty and Academic Development.
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