Narrative Medicine Impact Stories
Two Artist-Educators, Both Columbia Narrative Medicine Alumni, Turned their Love of Doodling into a New Form of Expression for Physicians and Laypeople
Alumni from Columbia’s Narrative Medicine Master’s and Certification programs create a new healing process through art.
Nancy Choe: Discovering the Power of Narrative Medicine After the Loss of her Father
How one psychotherapist used Columbia University’s Narrative Medicine Certification to inspire her approach to patient care.
Narrative Medicine Students Deshae Jenkins and Andee Willett Conduct Workshop with Sanctuary for Families
Narrative Medicine students Jenkins and Willett reflect on their practicum experience.
Leslie T. Grover: Bringing Narrative Medicine to Baton Rouge in the Throes of a Pandemic
Leslie T. Grover, Ph.D., a current student in the program, is facilitating Narrative Medicine sessions in Baton Rouge.
Sabrina Anastasio: Narrative Medicine in the International Year of the Nurse
As a nurse at New York-Presbyterian, Anastasio has witnessed the pain of COVID-19. She uses Narrative Medicine skills to help.
Dr. Bruce Campbell: Fostering Narrative Medicine Education for the Medical College of Wisconsin Community Throughout the Pandemic
As the storm of COVID-19 passes through his community, Dr. Campbell has turned to narrative medicine techniques to help people.
Dr. Andre Lijoi: The Necessity of Practicing Narrative Medicine During a Pandemic
Dr. Lijoi is using narrative practices to help patients and colleagues weather the anxiety of the current COVID-19 crisis.
Narrative Medicine Alum Annie Robinson on Giving Compassionate Support as a Doula, Chaplain
Annie Robinson discusses the Narrative Medicine program, working as a doula, and crafting meaning out of embodied experiences.
Actor Phillip Mitchell's New Role? Narrative Medicine Teacher.
Since completing the Narrative Medicine program at Columbia University, Mitchell is now adjunct faculty at Antioch University.
Danielle Spencer on Storytelling, Critical Theory, and Illness Narratives
Danielle Spencer works in the M.S. program in Narrative Medicine, she discusses how the humanities can help heal health care.
Donna Bulseco Goes From Lifestyle Media to Humanities and Healthcare
Bulseco discusses her love of literature and publishing and how Narrative Medicine is changing her career.