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  • Poetry for healing

    BEDSIDE METER is a project that brings a special moment to patients who are recovering from a long-term injury. The program was created by poet Quinn Smith with Jackson Health System as part of the 2016, O, Miami Poetry Festival.

BEDSIDE METER is a project that brings a special moment to patients who are recovering from a long-term injury. The program was created by poet Quinn Smith with Jackson Health System as part of the 2016, O, Miami Poetry Festival. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
BEDSIDE METER is a project that brings a special moment to patients who are recovering from a long-term injury. The program was created by poet Quinn Smith with Jackson Health System as part of the 2016, O, Miami Poetry Festival. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

The next big advance in rehab: poetic treatment

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