Events

AUG
13-
15

The Graphic Medicine 2021 UnConvention: What Are You Working On?

AUG
14

Facing Grief in the HealthCare Workplace: Compassion Fatigue

AUG
17

Virtual: Life and Death in 1918

The Tenement Museum explores what made the flu of 1918 so devastating and how New York City responded to this global crisis.
AUG
18

Building A Collection: Personal Narratives From The 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic

Sponsored by The New York Academy of Medicine Library
AUG
18

MedHumChat: Healthcare and Harm

AUG
18

Historical Nonfiction: Research-Based Writing With Hadley Meares

4-week workshop
Section B: Meets Wednesdays beginning August 18
Section C: Meets Sundays beginning September 19
AUG
26

Bibliotherapy & Marginalized Identity: Borders, Boundaries, Crossing Lines

SEP
3

The Bridge: Narrative Medicine & Healthcare

A 9-week Narrative Medicine course that provides training in attentive listening, empathy, and self-care through literature, philosophy, and the arts. Next course begins September 2021.
SEP
9-
10

The Healing Classics: Medical Humanities and the Graeco-Roman Tradition

SEP
13

Activating Art for Health Professionals

Speaker/performer: Ray Williams
Part of “Let’s Jam, The Arts in Medicine series” from the Center for Compassionate Communication at UC-San Diego
SEP
13

The Art of Death With Tessa Fontaine

This five-part seminar explores notions of death and dying around the world, drawing from biology, history, and beyond. Each 1.5 hour session takes place on consecutive Mondays beginning September 13.
SEP
16

Online Information Session: M.S. and CPA in Narrative Medicine (Columbia University)

SEP
21

Humanity in Music

Humanity in Music is a nationwide fundraising music festival, in support of the Alzheimer Society.
SEP
22

The Mudroom: Guided Creative Workshops for Health Professionals

The Mudroom is a creative and reflective writing workshop for health professionals. Meetings are held monthly and provide a space to write, read, try out exercises in prose and verse, share work and give feedback. The Fall 2021 sessions occur on one Wednesday each month, beginning on September 22.
OCT
11-
16

ASBH’s 23rd Annual Conference

Program Theme: Bioethics and Humanities at the Crossroads
Virtual Meeting
OCT
21-
23

The Examined Life Conference

Enjoy discussions and presentations on how the arts can be used in medical education and patient and provider care.
OCT
22-
24

The Need for Narrative: Grappling and Reckoning with These Times

This new narrative medicine basic workshop invites you to join the narrative medicine international community in bringing our creative resources to the task of locating ourselves in these unprecedented times and exploring the power of narrative work to bring our experiences into focus. Earlybird pricing through October 1st.
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