The ailments, agist stereotypes, and ultimate end-point of death itself rarely figure in the minds of the young. Until, that is, the long-term consequences of our short-term denial become more and more obvious as the years pass.
Caryn Kseniya Rubanovich
Caryn Kseniya Rubanovich received her A.B. in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis, and her M.S. in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University where she studied clinician-patient relationships. Her work has been featured in Adios Barbie, Everyday Feminism, and Voice in Bioethics. Caryn is passionate about utilizing technology to overcome barriers in clinical care.
Posts by Caryn Kseniya Rubanovich
The story of Delyte Morris and the Southern Illinois University he created is what Robert A. Harper calls “a story of unlikely success and a tragic end.” It does read like an American tragedy, somehow, based in a rustic start, ambition, ingenuity, and the fallibility of good intentions.