Welcome to the Health, Arts, & Humanities Program

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The Health, Arts, and Humanities Program advances a deeper understanding of health, illness, suffering, disability and the provision of healthcare by creating a community of scholars in the arts, humanities and clinical sciences at the University of Toronto (and beyond!).

History of Medicine Research Interest Group (HoMRIG) – How Personal Stories Lead to Compelling Research

Posted on September 9, 2014 by will. Posted in: Latest News

  “History of Medicine Research Interest Group-How Personal Stories Lead To Compelling Research” The History of Medicine Research Interest Group (HoMRIG) was initiated in the 2012/13 academic year by Dr. Carol Nash, an educational scholar affiliated with the History of Medicine Program at the University of Toronto . The HoMRIG provides a forum for people […]

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Mindfest!

Posted on September 5, 2014 by will. Posted in: Latest News

The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto invites you to attend our 2nd Annual Mindfest event, held at Hart House. Mindfest is an all-day mental health and wellness fair that takes place on Monday, October 6, 2014 to kick-off National Mental Illness Awareness Week. As the signature UT Department of Psychiatry anti-stigma initiative, […]

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Calendar of Events: Mount Sinai Hospital’s Poet-in-Residence Ronna Bloom

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Mount Sinai Hospital’s Healthy Workplace Program, in partnership with our MSH Health, Art and Humanities Program is pleased to introduce… Ronna Bloom – MSH Poet in Residence _ 2014 Calendar of Events SEPTEMBER SPONTANEOUS POETRY BOOTH Join Ronna Bloom, Mount Sinai’s Poet-in-Residence, at the Spontaneous Poetry Booth on September 18, 2014. Drop by the cafeteria […]

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A New Resource – “Team Narrative”

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TEAM NARRATIVE is a collective of educators across clinical disciplines at the University of Toronto who offer lectures and workshops on the role of working with stories in learning and health-related encounters. The goal of this teaching is to improve: – reflective capacity – narrative competence – visual literacy, and – critical thinking To read […]

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