Humanism in Medicine Research Roundup — July 2015

This post is part of our series of Research Roundups — a list of recently published studies on humanism in medicine. If you would like to be notified each time a Research […]

eye contact, by Jordan Cole

This post is part of our collection of “Gold Nuggets” —  our way of alerting the medical community to original artwork, poetry or multimedia that stimulate discussion and reflection. If […]

Review: What’s Left Out by Jay Baruch, MD

Review by Perry Dinardo True to the title, the stories in What’s Left Out are about the interstitial spaces of healthcare. While a few of the stories take place inside […]

Partnering with AACN for Nursing White Coat Ceremonies

In 2014, The Arnold P. Gold Foundation (APGF) and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) awarded 100 schools of nursing to receive funding support to pilot inaugural White […]

Who’s listening? Who cares?

by Brandy King, MLIS and Elizabeth Gaufberg, MD with grateful acknowledgement to Sigall Bell, MD and Fred Hafferty, PhD. On June 23, 2015 the Washington Post ran a story titled […]

Humanism in Medicine Research Roundup — June 2015

This post is part of our series of Research Roundups — a list of recently published studies on humanism in medicine. If you would like to be notified each time a Research […]

2015 Summer Reading for Compassionate Clinicians

Compiled by Ellen Hedstrom Here are a few 2014 and 2015 releases we’re looking forward to reading this Summer! What’s on your to-read list? The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly: […]

What happens when you run out of empathy?

by Sam Schueler, MD I am outside the room where my second-to-last patient of the morning in my primary care clinic awaits me. I will refer to him as Mr. […]

Request for Proposals: Mapping the Landscape, Journeying Together

The “Mapping the Landscape, Journeying Together” project is an ongoing initiative of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Research Institute. After a successful first wave of this project with the 2013-2015 participants, we are requesting proposals for a new set...

Non-compliance explained…and what healthcare leaders can do about it

by Thomas Dahlborg “My doctor says I’m non-compliant,” she sobbed. This 40 year old woman had recently been diagnosed as morbidly obese and told she was at risk for heart disease […]