Stanford Center for
Biomedical Ethics

Arts, Humanities and Medicine Program

Program features and updates

April 2014

  • Read Dean Minor’s article in the Stanford Daily about the importance of humanities and medicine
  • On April 17th, Dr. James Chang will present: Inside Rodin's Hands: Teaching Surgery Through Art and Art Anatomy at 6:30 p.m. in the Cantor Arts Center. Watch a video about Dr. Chang's work here
  • Read about Dr. Josef Parvizi's presentation at Med School 101 on Scopeblog. Parvizi, will be presenting with Dr. Chris Chafe (Music) on the Brain Stethoscope at the April 29th Recombinations seminar.

March 2014


February 2014

  • Read about the Recombinations Seminar "Literature and Medicine at the End of Life" in the School of Medicine ScopeBlog (scroll down).
  • Hamsika Chandrasekar is a member of the Medicine and the Muse 2014
    committee and in the Creative Writing for Medical Students course. Her recent blog post, "The Top Reasons I am Glad to be in Medical School," was the most popular and shared story on the School of Medicine Scopeblog.
  • AHMP Affiliated Faculty Member and upcoming Recombinations speaker Dr. James Chang is featured with a new Cantor Art Museum Exhibit, Rodin's Hands.

  • AHMP Steering Committee member Dr. Shaili Jain commented on the 60 Minutes News Program on Mental Health in her Public Library of Science Blog.

January 2014


December 2013

  • AHMP Affiliated Faculty member Professor Tanya Luhrmann wins the 2013 Grawemeyer Award in Religion from the University of Louisville for her book When God Talks Back: Understanding the American Evangelical Relationship with God

 

 

 

  • The Sacramento Bee published an op-ed by medical student Akhilesh Pathipati on why healthcare spending is so high.
  • Congratulations to medical student and BEMH concentrator Aarti Sharma on the publication of her book, Diabulimia: Towards Understanding, Recognition, and Healing. Aarti is also co-editor-in-chief of the medical student journal H&P

November 2013


September 2013

  • Stanford medical school doctors explore the human condition through creative writing
  • The latest book of 2012 Medicine and the Muse Keynote Speaker, Sheri Fink, MD PhD Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm Ravaged Hospital is published to critical acclaim and is a NYT bestseller.




 

 

  • Congratulations to Pria Anand, SMS IV and BEMH concentrator, on the publication of her short story “Commotio Cordis” in Bellevue Literary Review. 2013: 22-30.
  • My First Patient by Casey Means, Stanford medical student and BEMH concentrator, is published by The Intima. Congratulations Casey!

August 2013

  • The Arts, Humanities and Medicine Program welcomes Jacqueline Genovese, MA, as Assistant Director. Jacqueline holds a masters degree in medical humanities from the University of Texas Medical Branch and a bachelor’s degree in history from College of William and Mary. She has two decades of administrative university experience in communications, development and media relations.

July 2013


June 2013

  • Amrapali Maitra (MD and PhD candidate, BEMH student) wins the Bernard J. Siegel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Written Expression by a Ph.D. Student in Cultural and Social Anthropology
  • Congratulations to Michael Nedelman, SMS I on the spectacular premiere of his film The Camouflage Closet June 5, 2013, in San Francisco! A packed house, and an amazing creative work which included LGBT veterans, filmmaking, music and a moving introduction by Heliana Ramirez, LISW.
  • Medical student Katie Miller and SCBE Senior Research Scholar Katrina Karkazis publish their work on health practices and attitudes in a polygamist society in the Journal of Religion and Health: Miller AC, Karkazis K. Health beliefs and practices in an isolated polygamist community of Southern Utah. J Relig Health. 2013 Jun;52(2): 597-609. 

April 2013


March 2013

  • Medical student and BEMH concentrator Woody Chang’s article “Fit to Print? Media Accounts of Unproven Medical Treatments Across Time” is published in AJOB Primary Research, 2013
upcoming events

Visualizing The Geography Of Diseases in China, 1870s-1920s
Marta Hanson, Johns Hopkins University, Department of the History of Medicine
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
4:15 - 5:50pm
Okimoto Conference Room, Encina Hall East, 3rd Floor RSVP Required


Medicine and Muse
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
5:30p – 8:30p
with reception and art exhibit to follow
Li Ka Shing Center, second floor,
Berg Hall
Doors open at 5. Seating is on a first come, first served basis.


Featuring “A Conversation with
Khaled Hosseini
Paul Costello, Chief Communications Officer for the School of Medicine, will lead us through a talk with Dr. Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns, and And the Mountains Echoed. Born in Kabul, Khaled Hosseini centers his luminous writing and humanitarian work on the people of Afghanistan, particularly women, children and homeless refugees.

Also: presentations, art and music by Stanford medical students


To view on University calendar

If you are a member of the community or an employee of Stanford Hospital and Clinics, please RSVP to Jacqueline Genovese.

If you are a Stanford student or employee, please register for Medicine and the Muse by clicking here.

This event is made possible with the generous support of
Stanford School of Medicine
Medicine & the Muse Program, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics
Biomedical Ethics and Medical Humanities Scholarly Concentration
The Drs. Ben and A. Jess Shenson Funds
Stanford Arts Institute SPARK Grant


Thursday, April 17, 6:30p - 8:30p
Inside Rodin's Hands: Teaching Surgery Through Art and Anatomy Cantor Arts Center MEET in Auditorium 1st Floor, exhibit is in: Halperin Gallery (Changing Exhibitions) 2nd floor

Tuesday, April 29, 5:30p - 7p
On Music from the Brain: The Brain Stethoscope in Clinicial and Musical Applications
CRMA The Knoll Building Stage 3rd Floor


We are pleased to announce a writing workshop for undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral students who are active duty, reserve or veterans, or who are military affiliated. Workshop Series dates are April 10, 17, 24 and May 1, 8.

For more information, contact Jacqueline Genovese.





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A gift may be made in the form of a check, securities, a bequest, or a complex trust arrangement designed to maximize tax advantages. Checks should be made payable to Stanford University.

For information about ways to give, please contact:
Anne Crowe, Assistant Director, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics
(650) 498-5305

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