narrative medicine/writing

  • Writing as Craft in the Time of Covid-19- Some Spots Remain 🗓
    Learning how to write more expertly gives health practitioners a skill with which to build therapeutic relationships, improve patient outcomes, and live in a more engaged way. […]
  • AAMC Opportunity!
    Please see two opportunities below and thank you for all you continue to do to facilitate learning and lead during these challenging times. Stay well! […]
  • Writing as Craft in the Time of Covid-19 🗓
    Learning how to write more expertly gives health practitioners a skill with which to build therapeutic relationships, improve patient outcomes, and live in a more engaged way. […]
  • Next Oasis ONLINE Writing Group Meeting 🗓
    This initiative is open to all learners in the health sciences and related disciplines (i.e. medical students, nursing students, residents etc.). […]
  • Next Oasis Online Writing Group – July 2nd 🗓
    This initiative is open to all learners in the health sciences and related disciplines (i.e. medical students, nursing students, residents etc.). […]
  • Oasis Online Reflective Writing Group – June 9th 🗓
    This initiative is open to all learners in the health sciences and related disciplines (i.e. medical students, nursing students, residents etc.). This writing group provides a supportive space for learners to gather, reflect, and engage with peers during these unprecedented times. […]
  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR CANADIAN COVID-19 ANTHOLOGY
    The coronavirus pandemic presents an unprecedented challenge on all levels of Canadian society. Essential workers on the so-called “front lines” are routinely cited as heroes in newsprint and online, on television broadcasts, and coffee shop signs because they risk developing a severe infection in the course of their daily work. […]
  • The Oasis, an Online Medical Humanities Writing Group for U of T Residents and Fellows 🗓
    This initiative, open to all GTA residents and fellows, aims to provide a safe and supportive space for learners to gather, reflect, and engage with peers during these challenging and unprecedented times. […]
  • Poetry Crash Cart: Loving and Working During Covid-19 🗓
    A weekly hour and a half of poetry. Listening. And writing. With Ronna Bloom Every Wednesday in May at 4PM. You can join for any, or all, of the 4 sessions. Register by noon of the day you’d like to come at Eventbrite for details and Zoom link. […]
  • COVID AND THE ARTS/HUMANITIES-PART TWO
    Short Pieces for Long Days: A SARS-Cov-2 Medical […]