Narrative Medicine-NECR Project Receives Faculty Seed Grant to Address Structural Racism
The Office of the Provost’s Addressing Racism initiative awards funding to SPS-based collaboration.
Students: Send Videos of HyFlex Life at Columbia!
Send us a 15- to 30-second video showing what HyFlex learning is like on campus.
"The Most Difficult Aspect of This Is the Unknown": Bioethics Leader Sameer Ladha Reflects on a Positive COVID-19 Diagnosis
Ladha shares the experience of a COVID-19 diagnosis with his colleague, Narrative Medicine Academic Director Craig Irvine.
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.
NMED Alum Receives First Time Award from National Medical Fellowships Organization
NMED alum Marcus Mosely receives the first James McCune Smith, MD Medical Student Award of the National Medical Fellowships.
Narrative Medicine Program Offers Virtual Opportunities for Clinicians and Others to be ‘Witnessed’ Through Reading and Reflection During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Narrative Medicine program is offering virtual sessions at no cost to clinicians and others as a way to process COVID-19.
Narrative Medicine Student David Keefe Awarded 2020 Securing Open Societies Fellowship
David Keefe ('20SPS, M.S. in Narrative Medicine) has been awarded a 2020 Securing Open Societies Fellowship.
Narrative Medicine Rounds: Metaphors, Diversity and Trust in Communicating Precision Medicine, a talk by Sandra Soo-Jin Lee
Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, Ph.D. is the Chief of the Division of Ethics at Columbia University.
Narrative Medicine Rounds: Changing Our Narrative about Narrative: From Presence to Power
This month, we welcome Rashad Robinson, President of Color Of Change, a leading online racial justice organization.
Rita Charon Reflects on a Life of Narrative Medicine
In the fall 2018 issue of Humanities, NEH Chairman Jon Parrish interviews Dr. Rita Charon.