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Neurodiversity vs Pathology

Using personal anecdotes, Owen Scott Muir, MD highlights the differences between pathology/disability and neurodivergent physician brains.

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Target Audience: Physicians who desire to learn more about the intersection of neurodiversity and modifiable disability.

Learning Objectives: 

1- The participants will be able to describe the relationship between burnout and psychiatric illness.

2- Participants will be able to identify opportunities for novel interventions for psychiatric disorders.

3- Participants will be able to describe the difference between neurodiversity, psychiatric illness, and the co-occurrence of both.

(This lecture is part of our Neurodiversity: A Conference For & About Doctors Who Think Differently)

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Owen Muir, MD

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