Narrative Medicine News
Across our master’s programs, our free event series featured experts from the realms of medicine, visual arts, and more. Take a look at our best videos from these sessions.
Considering graduate school? Wondering how to fit it in amidst your work and family life? Read on for our advice.
The authors of the books The Empathy Exams and Epilogue explored how cultural expectations surround suffering with silence and how clinicians can respond to these symptoms more empathetically.
Through a daylong storytelling lab for medical professionals and creative professionals, participants uncovered what ails health care in America.
From internships to recommendation letters to supplemental essays, admissions professionals shared the do’s and don’ts of applying to graduate school.
The faculty member of the M.S. in Narrative Medicine program speaks about what inspired her to use the tools of literature to enhance medical practice.
Author D. T. Max discusses a family plagued by a mysterious, fatal insomnia, their hesitation to learn more about its cause, and his responsibility in chronicling their journey.
At the first Narrative Medicine Rounds talk of the 2014 season, the editorial and commercial photographer discussed healing, art, and the art of healing.
The annual award honors a professional whose research in the field of creativity and aging celebrates longevity.
How can storytelling expand our understanding of illness, grief, and care? Nellie Hermann, creative director of Columbia's narrative medicine master's program, explains.