Humanism in Medicine Research Roundup — May 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 […]

8 Ways Pre-Med Students Can Learn About Humanism in Medicine

by Daniel Gomez and Perry Dinardo When college students are interested in pursuing a medical career, they put themselves on the pre-med track, taking a set of recommended courses to […]

How to Create a Humanistic Conference

by Helen Riess, MD The Gold Foundation’s recent research symposium, “Mapping the Landscape, Journeying Together” truly exemplified the wisdom “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” This […]

To My Patients: An Apology, A Thank You

by Abraar Karan This piece was originally published on KevinMD. As a third year medical student, I realized one particular morning on rounds that I had let the demands of […]

Humanism in Medicine Research Roundup — April 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 […]

Slow Medicine

by Delese Wear, PhD and Joseph Zarconi, MD In a recent Academic Medicine article entitled “Slow Medical Education“*, we described the guiding ideas of the slow movement—a cultural shift that aims at […]

Putting a Face on the Fight Against Ebola

by Perry Dinardo What do you do when the suit you wear to care for isolated patients makes your patients feel even more isolated? When artist Mary Beth Heffernan saw pictures […]

APGF to support and present at Empathy & Innovation Summit

The Arnold P. Gold Foundation (APGF) is a supporting partner for the sixth annual Patient Experience: Empathy + Innovation Summit, a four-day, inter-professional conference held in Cleveland, Ohio from May […]

I Chose This Life by Catharyn Turner, II MD

I chose this life, I heard the call To wear the coat, to bear the pall To lend a hand, to mend a break To tend to sick, to lie […]

The Art of Anatomy by Khalil Harbie

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 […]