It’s 9 a.m. on a Tuesday morning at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Jersey and 10 medical students sit around a conference table covered by coffee cups and clipboards.
Preparing to start their morning rounds, the students chat about what they watched on television the night before.
This isn’t a discussion about nothing. More than 15 years after the final episode, “Seinfeld” is the basis for “Psy-feld,” a teaching tool designed to help medical students identify and discuss psychiatric disorders.
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