Calendar of Events
Are you having trouble submitting your event below? Email us at [email protected]
Drew University Madison, NJ will be hosting a symposium : “Opening Doors: from the medical to the health humanities” on Friday, March 23rd from 3pm to 8pm in Mead Hall.
The theme of the event is an examination of the trajectory and future practice of the health humanities in US healthcare and healthcare education. Professor Paul Crawford (University of Nottingham, UK) is the keynote for this event, which will also include a panel discussion of the historical and current trajectories in the medical and health humanities both in the US and overseas; a round table discussion of the current and future role of health humanities in US healthcare curricula and practice; and which will be followed by breakout groups of academics, healthcare providers, students, and practitioners examining how best to implement the health humanities in practice.
There also will be a poster session for which the call for abstracts is open until Feb 23rd. Please upload a 250 word abstract for poster presentations by Feb 23rd. Abstracts should broadly concern the humanities, health, healthcare and wellness to [email protected]
Dinner and refreshments are included as part of the registration, which is free for the Drew Community. For further information and to register for the symposium please go to sites.google.com/drew.
This pre-conference session will offer participants the unique opportunity to view the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum special exhibit, Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race (on loan to the University of Colorado Center for Bioethics and Humanities) and participate in Medical Grand Rounds with Dr. Patricia Heberer-Rice, Senior Historian at the USHMM, specializing in medical crimes of the Holocaust, and Dr. Matthew Wynia, Director of the CU Center for Bioethics and Humanities.
After Grand Rounds, participants will walk across the beautiful CU Anschutz Medical Campus to see the Deadly Medicine exhibit. We will then break into two groups, one of which will explore several aspects of our campus that were specifically designed to facilitate interprofessional education and training, including the Center for Advancing Professional Excellence (CAPE). This group will observe an interprofessional simulation exercise at the CAPE, and join in a discussion and exploration of novel methods and tools for interprofessional education, training and practice being used and tested at CU such as our team based learning (TBL) foundational classroom course, our Open Campus program (featuring One Book One Campus) and more. The other group will attend a panel discussion at the theater-in-the-round in the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities, addressing legacies and lessons of the Holocaust for health professionals and society today.
Transportation and lunch will be provided to attendees who register by April 1, 2018.
The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities’ Annual Conference connects individuals and groups across many disciplines, all with interest in clinical and academic bioethics and health-related humanities. The conference provides a platform for presenting new ideas, debate, discussion, learning and networking with other professionals in related fields.
After participating in this meeting, attendees should be able to:
- Discuss emerging issues in bioethics and the medical humanities
- Discuss and apply recent research findings related to bioethics and the medical humanities
- Reflect on the issues related to the future and uncertainty in bioethics and the medical humanities
Session topics include:
- Clinical ethics and clinical ethics consultation
- Religion, culture and social sciences
- Arts and literature
- Philosophy and history
- Research ethics and empirical research
- Law, public health policy, organizational ethics
- Education and inter-professional studies
- Diversity, disparity and inclusion