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Wednesday, June 23, 2021 – 9:00AM to 4:00PM
ZOOM142: Participatory Cinema: Personality Disorders
Welcome to the Jeopardy answer to the question, “What film was Stephen King’s screenwriting debut?” We take a one-month break from Once Upon a Time in Castle Rock to analyze Creepshow (1982); a horror anthology directed by George A. Romero. Creepshow ties together five stories, the first of which is Father’s Day! Participants will draw one teaching point from each story for a unique review of the Personality Disorders.
Movies have long been utilized to highlight varied areas in the field of psychiatry including the role of the psychiatrist, issues in medical ethics, and the stigma toward people with mental illness. At Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, comprehensive curricula have been created utilizing films as fictional case accounts of mental disorders. At the Center of Alcohol Studies, facilitated discussion of a selected film is achieved via social media as well as traditional PowerPoint didactic. Each seminar will show a feature-length film with a live Twitter feed on the screen that will transform the movie into an educational didactic.
Instructor: Anthony Tobia, MD
CE Credits: 6