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!).

Seminar Offerings for 2015-16

Posted on August 31, 2015 by connie. Posted in: Latest News

Elective Seminar on the Arts and Psychiatry What can the study of art bring to your psychiatry residency? There are many ways of increasing your understanding of patients, tracing the evolution of diagnoses, thinking more deeply about moral or ethical issues, observing how your patients and you communicate both physically and verbally and using different […]

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Seminar Offerings for 2015-16

Posted on by connie. Posted in: Latest News

Elective Seminar on the Arts and Psychiatry   What can the study of art bring to your psychiatry residency? There are many ways of increasing your understanding of patients, tracing the evolution of diagnoses, thinking more deeply about moral or ethical issues, observing how your patients and you communicate both physically and verbally and using […]

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Health Narratives Research Group (HeNReG)

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When: Weekly sessions begin Wednesday 7 Oct. 2015, 4:00–6:00 Where: Mount Sinai Hospital Address: 600 University Avenue, Room 941 The Health Narratives Research Group (HeNReG) allows researchers the opportunity to take the personally relevant stories that initiated their commitment to health care and develop them into narratives with a particular point of view. The process […]

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The Storytelling Workshops

Posted on May 4, 2015 by connie. Posted in: Latest News

ARS MEDICA and MASSEY COLLEGE invite student applications for : THE STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS with the 2015 BARBARA MOON EDITING FELLOW, Ann Silversides SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 31st, 2015 WORKSHOPS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 2015 The art of telling – and listening to – stories is fundamental to what it means to be human. Stories bring pleasure, but their […]

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