Hunter Allen, MS
Hunter Allen, MS, is a fourth-year medical student at Creighton University School of Medicine. He serves as his class vice president, is one of two Creighton University School of Medicine delegates in the AAMC Organization of Student Representatives, and is an active member of Campus Ministry. He obtained his undergraduate degree in accounting from Creighton University and his master’s degree in biomedical science from Regis University. After medical school, Hunter wishes to complete his residency in family medicine and desires to practice full-spectrum family medicine in a rural community.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
If Your Compassion Does Not Include Yourself, it is Incomplete: A Mindfulness, Meditation, and Yoga Course for Healthcare Professionals
When a healthcare professional makes a mistake, either real or perceived, what does their inner voice say? For many healthcare professionals, their inner voice can be unhealthy and detrimental to achieving the Quadruple Aim of Healthcare. Without an improved clinical experience on the healthcare professional side, the three other patient-centric aspects will not reach full potential. Most healthcare professionals would find it unconscionable to talk to others the way they talk to themselves. Therefore, the purpose of our course within the Medical School’s humanities elective track was to…