Narrative Medicine Impact Stories
“People Treat People, Not Machines”
Q&A: Narrative Medicine alum Cherie Henderson on discovering the program, favorite courses, and improving the patient experience
Narrative Medicine Ignites Creativity for Students in Careers Beyond Healthcare
Narrative Medicine faculty and alumni reflect on how the program's courses cultivated their interests and shaped their careers.
A Commitment to Patient Stories Guides Clinical Pathways in Narrative Medicine
Narrative Medicine faculty and graduates discuss the potential of the transdisciplinary field.
Dr. Beatrice Khater: Earning Her Certification in Narrative Medicine in the Midst of Conflict in Lebanon
How a Beirut-based physician overcame violent conflict while earning her Certification in Narrative Medicine.
Nicole Robinson on Deepening Her Career by Exploring the Roots of Narrative Medicine
Robinson now applies what she learned from Columbia’s C.P.A. program in her current role as a Narrative Medicine Coordinator.
Alumni Create Narrative Medicine Education Platform for Health Care Professionals
Taylor and Schneider met and joined forces while taking Columbia’s Narrative Medicine C.P.A. program.
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.
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