The Gold Humanism Honor Society will celebrate Gold Humanism Month at the IU School of Medicine in April with a series of lunch talks and several volunteer activities.
The lunch talks will put a spotlight on the humanistic side of medicine. Each lecture begins at noon:
Wednesday, April 9: "Emotional Intelligence...How Smart Do You Think You Are?" presented by William Graham Carlos, M.D, assistant professor of clinical medicine, in the Riley Radiology Classroom (Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health), Room 1024A.
Friday, April 11: Dr. "Reflections on Some Oft-Neglected Virtues of Medical Professionalism (with commentary by Mordred)" by Margaret Gaffney, M.D., associate professor of clinical medicine, in the VanNuys Medical Research Building, Room B26.
Thursday, April 17: "When Life and Medicine Intersect-A Personal Anecdote," presented by Karen West, M.D., professor of surgery, VanNuys Medical Research Building, Room B26.
Volunteer activities related to Gold Humanism Month include a GHHS team at Spring House Calls on April 5. Thank you notes for the nursing units where many medical students work will also be available to sign at the talks.
For more information on the lunch talk series, contact Jordan Bradford at email@example.com.
Lunch will be provided at all lunch talks.
There are no upcoming dates for this event.