Students in the Medical Humanities elective at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine had the opportunity to interview Jim LeBrecht, co-director of the Oscar nominated documentary Crip Camp. The …
In February 2022, students enrolled in the Medical Humanities elective at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, met with John Hoffman to discuss Fauci, a 2021 documentary he co-directed with Janet Tobias on the life and work of Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“Picture books are relatively low cost and accessible. They comprise an environmental tool that could be harnessed to support kids of parents with mental illness.”
The narrative captures a range of emotions following your Covid-19 vaccination. There is a dual sense of relief and ephemerality as you sit in the hospital’s waiting room for the fifteen-minute post-vaccination period. You reflect on your patients, illness, mortality, and the hope that the vaccine affords. What was unusual about these fifteen minutes? What made this period reflective?
There’s a memorable poignancy to the beginning of your book. The nurse Nancy tells you, with gritty certitude, that a forty-year-old, HIV-positive man is terminally ill and dying
Novelist, short story writer, and translator, Camille Bordas, was born in France. She’s the author of three novels, the first two written in her native French and the third, How to Behave in a Crowd, in English.
Marianne R. PetitAssociate Arts Professor, Global Network Associate Arts ProfessorAssociate Vice Chancellor for Global Network Academic Planning Marianne R. Petit is an Associate Arts Professor at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and …
An edited transcript of an interview with Elisha Waldman, MD, author of This Narrow Space, a memoir of his time working as a palliative care physician in Israel.
Unique to fashion’s allure is its mercuriality. Tastes and styles change and evolve in constant flux; what’s prosaic today might be elevated and imaginatively transformed tomorrow.