Benefits to Humanities Scholars

Benefits to Humanities Scholars

Humanities scholars can be enriched by an ongoing dialogue with colleagues from clinical disciplines and by having direct access to clinical/teaching settings which link to their areas of study or critical theory.  They will be invited to help shape the discourse around perceptions of health and illness in our learning community and society at large.  Although the central focus of the Program is on increasing the role of humanities in the provision of good patient care, another goal will be to widen its focus significantly by understanding medicine in the context of the humanities.

Sex Salon Lecture Series (Deadline: Aug 15, 2017)

Posted on July 17, 2017 by Allan Peterkin. Posted in: Latest news

Call For Papers for the 2017-2018 Sex Salon Lecture Series DEADLINE AUGUST 15, 2017 The Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies Invites You to Participate in the Sex Salon! The Sex Salon, a monthly speakers series at the Bonham

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Poet in Residence Program

Posted on May 23, 2017 by Allan Peterkin. Posted in: Latest news, News

The Poet in Residence program at Sinai Health System offers staff, clinicians, patients and visitors opportunities to reflect on their experiences through poetry events and workshops. As Poet in Residence, Ronna Bloom designs and delivers programs to meet the needs of

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The STORYTELLING Workshops – Submission Deadline

Posted on May 10, 2017 by Allan Peterkin. Posted in: Latest news, News, Workshop

ARS MEDICA- A Journal of Medicine, The Arts and Humanities  and MASSEY COLLEGE invite applications for : THE STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS with the  BARBARA MOON EDITORIAL FELLOW, DAMIAN TARNOPOLSKY PHD SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 31st, 2017 WORKSHOPS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 2017 and run for 10 weeks The

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City-wide Rounds – June 2, 2017

Posted on April 27, 2017 by Allan Peterkin. Posted in: Latest news, News

City-wide Rounds, June 2, 2017: Reflection, Dialogue and the Possibilities of Person-Centered Care Dr. A. Kumagai, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto

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