Narrative Medicine News
The lecturer in Narrative Medicine has volunteered to create and implement a college-prep program with Nimbus Dance Works.
A generous grant from NEH helped jump-start an emerging field at the intersection of the humanities and healthcare.
Dean Jason Wingard spoke with Columbia News about his vision for the School of Professional Studies.
The Narrative Medicine student, CUMC professor, and Macy Faculty Scholar explains how the discipline nourishes him as a physician.
A unique event convenes the College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Frick Collection to explore common ground in the arts and sciences.
What does it mean to receive stories of illness and trauma?
The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine recently underwent a redesign and launched its Spring 2015 issue.
What is clinical empathy, why do we need it, and how can clinicians further develop this skill?
At the Narrative and Medicine: Caring for the Future Conference in Lisbon, Charon shared her own recent experience of illness, care, and connection.