- Register Now for the Narrative-Based Medicine Certificate Program – Starting January 25, 2022!The narratives that patients and practitioners construct together can affect the nature and meaning of health events. Understanding how to listen, give voice to experience, and integrate insights gained from reflection can improve patient care and practitioner fulfillment. […]
- DRAWING TOGETHER- Weekly Comics WorkshopThis is a free, monthly, drop-in comics workshop. Past sessions are archived here, and there is information about how to join. […]
- HUMANITIES FUNDING FOR PGME INITIATIVES DEADLINE OCTOBER 15THPostgraduate Medical Education continues to offer the Medical Humanities Education Matching Funding Grant in the amount of $5,000 per project proposal, distributed on a semi-annual basis. […]
- HEALTH HUMANITIES-IPE CERTIFICATE-Deadline Sept 30 !Students wishing to engage in more specialized collaborative, experiential learning opportunities may apply to complete this Certificate Program. […]
- Connections – University of AlbertaThe Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute (NMHI) at the University of Alberta is launching the “CONNECTIONS” project: a collection of artwork and scientific images that portray the many aspects of neuroscience, brain diseases and mental health, and where art and neuroscience meet. […]
Scars, X-Rays, Tattoos, and Other Stories of The BodyScheduledThis workshop explores how our bodies tell stories and how we respond to them in ourselves and with each other. Using poems as prompts, we’ll write, aiming to explore and express some of what our bodies are saying, getting to hear and voice these implicit, ongoing conversations.
NEXT MULTI-MEDIA IN MEDICINE-OCTOBER 28THScheduledFaculty, students, residents, come one come all. We invite you to join us for an exciting first foray into Film this year.
Art is Patient: exploring visual arts + relationships in health careScheduledThe course introduces learners to a series of fresh steps to see art objects. Through facilitated looking, talking and mark-making, it offers an enlightening way of meeting and understanding the people we work with.