- The Gould Standard Podcast from the Glenn Gould FoundationOne of our Health, Arts and Humanities Program Community Partners-THE GLENN GOULD FOUNDATION – is offering free podcasts on music and the arts. […]
- Plums in the IceboxPlums in the Icebox is an ongoing creative writing workshop for health practitioners. Each month we meet via Zoom in a small group to share work, do some writing, give some feedback and -most of all- reconnect with our writing and reading. In between meetings we do more of the same via chat. […]
- Creating Space #11: Call for AbstractsThe Creating Space 11 Conference for Health Humanities Planning Committee, based in St. John’s Newfoundland and Labrador, is pleased to announce the call for abstracts. Please see attached for details. […]
- Narrative-Based Medicine – Certificate Program-University of Toronto 🗓The narratives that patients and practitioners construct together can affect the nature and meaning of health events. […]
- Palette Issue IV: Call for SubmissionsPalette is currently accepting submissions for Issue IV of Palette, UofT Medicine’s arts and culture magazine. […]
Cinema Medica – The Cave: Global Health in the SpotlightScheduledOscar nominee Feras Fayyad (“Last Men in Aleppo”) delivers an unflinching story of the Syrian war with his powerful new documentary, The Cave (2019).
New Seminar – Multi Media in Medicine – January 19ScheduledWelcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Mixed Media in Medicine. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.
Narrative-Based Medicine – Certificate Program-University of TorontoScheduledThe narratives that patients and practitioners construct together can affect the nature and meaning of health events.
Improv and the Performance of Medicine – 4 SessionsScheduledMedicine, like theatre, is both an art form and a skill set; clinical interactions and patient encounters combine unpredictable situations, information-gathering, and a need for adaptability (Watson, 2011).