Events

Thru
OCT
13

Novenas for a Lost Hospital

Novenas for a Lost Hospital is a communal experience to remember, honor, re-imagine and celebrate St Vincent’s Hospital. Inspired by the caretakers and patients of St. Vincent’s Hospital, and guided by Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, this unique event takes a 60-person audience on a journey from an enclosed garden to an intimate West Village theater to the NYC AIDS Memorial Park.
OCT
15

The Lerner Lecture: “Superbugs: The Race to Stop an Epidemic”

Speaker: Matt McCarthy, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine; author of The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly, Odd Man Out, and Superbugs
At NYU Langone Health
OCT
18

Who Says You’re Dead?: Medical & Ethical Dilemmas For The Curious & Concerned

Author Jacob M. Appel, MD, talks about his newest book with Tom Catchart.
OCT
18-
25

The Imagine Science Film Festival

OCT
21

Sister Doctors: Elizabeth & Emily Blackwell

OCT
23

Author’s Night: OUT IN TIME – The Public Lives of Gay Men from Stonewall to the Queer Generation

With author Perry N. Halkitis, PhD, MS, MPH
At the New York Academy of Medicine
OCT
24

Reimagine End of Life Festival

Reimagine End of Life is a week exploring big questions about life and death. (SF Bay Area)
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

Bay Path Writers’ Day: The Healing Power of Narrative Medicine

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.
OCT
29

Off The Page: A Reading from the Bellevue Literary Review

Actors from stage and screen bring work from the latest issue of BLR to life through dramatic readings. At NYU Langone Health
OCT
29

‘Cripping’ Graphic Medicine: Psychiatric Disability, ‘Crip’ Culture, and the Health Humanities

At Syracuse University
OCT
30

Doctors Differ: Early Medical Caricature and the Birth of the Comics Form

NOV
6

Narrative Medicine Rounds: “Hypochondria and History: Searching for Story”

A talk by novelist Deborah Levy
NOV
8-
12

The AAMC Annual Meeting:
Learn Serve Lead 2019

Each year, the Gold Foundation hosts several major sessions at the AAMC, including the Jordan J. Cohen Humanism in Medicine Lecture, this year given by Dr. Rana Awdish, as well as a special reception that convenes the Gold community from around the country. This year’s reception is co-hosted by the Vilcek Foundation and will honor the inaugural Vilcek-Gold Humanism in Healthcare recipient, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, as well as Dr. Awdish.
NOV
14

Hysteria or Misogyny? Women, Madness, and Mental Health

At USC’s Doheny Memorial Library
NOV
18

Drawing on Disability: Graphic Medicine

Speaker: M.K. Czerwiec, nurse, cartoonist, educator, and creator of Taking Turns: Stories from HIV/Aids Care Unit 371
At the Greater Wilkes-Barre (PA) Chamber of Commerce
NOV
20

Introduction to Preapproval Access to Investigational Medical Products

Free webinar sponsored by CUPA (The NYU School of Medicine Working Group on Compassionate Use and Preapproval Access), a project of the NYU School of Medicine Division of Medical Ethics. To reserve your spot for this free WebEx event, please email Kelly Folkers.
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