Students involved with the Center create many wonderful pieces of literature, as well as narrative and research papers, all while exploring critical healthcare and ethical issues. The work the students do also has application in clinical settings, academic medicine, health policy and the liberal arts curriculum, and serves to deepen their ability to recognize, understand, and address ethical and humanistic issues in healthcare contexts.
by Leah Schaffer
This work was contributed by Leah Schaffer for the Center of Literature and Medicine's use and with the assistance of Joyce Dyer and the Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature.
by Stephanie Gasper
This work was contributed by Stephanie Gasper for the Center of Literature and Medicine's use and with the assistance of Joyce Dyer and the Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature.
by Kayleigh Sopko
This work was contributed by Kayleigh Sopko for the Center of Literature and Medicine's. She also kept an online journal of her experiences during her internship, which can be found at http://ks-hcbiomed.livejournal.com/.
- To be the thought leader in medical humanities
- To provide the next generation of healthcare professionals with an understanding of humanities issues
- To provide humanities resources and information to healthcare educators
- To raise the level of national discussion of issues in healthcare and biotechnology