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The authors wish to thank Kaylynn Kim, Emily Kravet, Erica Lee, Rebecca Rosenthal, Julia See, Harsh Wadwa, and Norah Wilson for their contributions to the development of BEAM prototype apps and content; David Kern for his education research mentorship; and Scott Wright for reviewing an earlier version of this manuscript.
App development was supported by the Institute for Excellence in Education and the Paul McHugh Program for Human Flourishing of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Chisolm is Director of the Paul McHugh Program for Human Flourishing through which she also receives support for her work.
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Zhang, C.M., Kelly-Hedrick, M., Lehmann, S.W. et al. Bedside Education in the Art of Medicine (BEAM): an Arts and Humanities Web-Based Clinical Teaching Resource. Acad Psychiatry (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-020-01270-5