Events

Thru
JUN
15

Asylum Song

JUN
16

Classic Charcoal Drawing: Anatomy

JUN
24-
27

Approaches to Arts-as-Research Practice

This course is best suited to researchers, scholars, and graduate students in the field of health, social sciences, and education, who are interested in exploring and deepening their knowledge and practice of graphic, visual and performative methods as part of their research or teaching. (At the University of Toronto)

JUN
26

Bellevue Literary Review Reading

Bellevue Literary Review, a journal of humanity and human experience published by the Division of Medical Humanities at NYU Langone Health, creatively explores the intersection of medicine and literature through poetry, fiction, and essays. To celebrate the publication of the BLR‘s latest issue, editor-in-chief Danielle Ofri hosts an evening of readings featuring writers from the issue.

JUN
26

Getting the History of HIV/AIDS Right

JUL
8

Strand Summer Studio – Basic Human Anatomy

JUL
11-
13

2019 International Graphic Medicine Conference

“Que(e)rying Graphic Medicine: Paradigms, Power, and Practices,” Hosted by Brighton and Sussex Medical School, at the Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton, UK

AUG
1-3

Conveying Science Through Art: A Public Engagement Workshop

At The New York Academy of Sciences
Application required, deadline June 30, 2019

SEP
13-
14

dotMD 2019

dotMD is a 2 day festival of ideas for doctors and healthcare practitioners looking for something more from medicine. It aims to reawaken a sense of wonder and curiosity about medicine that some may have lost along the way—and help them find deeper meaning and satisfaction in their working lives.

OCT
24-
26

The Examined Life Conference

The University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine will host its 13th annual three-day conference focusing on the links between medicine and the arts.

OCT
27-
30

2019 Gold Humanism Summit

The first Gold Humanism Summit is a special gathering of supporters of humanism in healthcare, including GHHS members, faculty members supporting humanism in their medical or nursing school, Mapping the Landscape (MTL) researchers, healthcare CEOs who wants to infuse compassion into their organization’s culture—anyone passionate about humanistic care. The Gold Humanism Summit will be run in conjunction with the Planetree International Conference on Person-Centered Care, allowing Gold attendees to also join Planetree sessions.

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