Dr. Delaney Ruston is a filmmaker, Stanford trained physician & mother of two. Through her company, MyDoc Productions, in January 2016 Delaney’s latest film was released titled, Screenagers. The film probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including her own, to examine the impact of digital world on today’s kids & what can be done to help them find balance. The film is screening to packed audiences in multiple cities across the country & is gaining much attention in the press (Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, Forbes & many others). Throughout her education at Cornell University, Stanford Medical School & the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) for residency, Ruston studied many aspects of filmmaking, with a particular focus on film as a vehicle for social change. She is currently the Filmmaker-in-Residence at Stony Brook Medicine in association with the Center for Compassionate Care & the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. Along with filmmaking, Ruston has provided primary care in underserved clinics for over a decade. Find more info about Josh Clark at https://www.delaneyruston.com/.
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