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The other attributes that would come to mind would be somebody who is really honest and trust worthy. So, if they say something you can really trust them and really take them at their word. The other that I think would be also really important a sense of passion, mission, and belief in what they are doing. So, I guess those would be things that are most important overall.-Stuart Slavin (1 min. 32 sec.)
In addition to his administrative duties at SLU, Dr. Slavin teaches actively in the undergraduate medical curriculum and is director of three courses- Applied Clinical Skills 1, Applied Clinical Skills 2, and the fourth-year Capstone Course. Dr. Slavin has a number of professional interests including improving doctor-patient communication and empathy, enhancing the cultural competence of medical students and practitioners, improving mental health of medical students, and increasing the engagement of medical students in community service.