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Doctora Gringa

Hola, buenas buenas, soy Doctora Gringa. ¿Cuál es el motivo de su visita hoy? Hi, good morning good morning, I’m Doctor Gringa. What brings you to clinic today? I have studied Spanish language and Latinx cultures for the past 13 years. I lived in Central

First Gold Humanism Summit

The Gold Foundation will be hosting its first Gold Humanism Summit from October 27-30, 2019 in Orlando, Florida, and the summit will be a special opportunity to come together with fellow champions of humanistic care. More information will be posted at: https://www.gold-foundation.org/events/international-gold-humanism-summit/

Submit to a new online literary journal

The Center for Healthcare Narratives, housed within the MedStar Institute for Quality & Safety (MIQS), has recently launched Please See Me, a new online literary journal.  The journal features health- and healthcare-related stories in the form of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and digital media. Publishing work written by patients, family members,

Nursing and Health Care History Conference

The 36th Annual Nursing and Health Care History Conference will be September 19-21, 2019 at the Sheraton Downtown Dallas Hotel in Dallas, TX. More information can be found here: https://www.aahn.org/future-conferences

Present at the Examined Life Conference

The University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine will host its 13th annual 3-day Examined Life Conference from October 24-26, 2019. The conference will focus on the links between medicine and the arts. Presentation registration ends on April 30, 2019, and more information

Abstract deadline: 2019 International Symposium on Poetry and Medicine

The 2019 International Symposium on Poetry and Medicine, which is taking place May 17 at the Centre for Life in Newcastle in the UK), is accepting abstracts for poster presentations. The submission deadline is April 15, 2019 at 12:00 midnight GMT, and there is more information on their website here: http://www.hippocrates-poetry.org/poetry-and-medicine-events-2/10th-hippocrates-conference/index.html

Episode 11: Undocumented But Not Forgotten

Presenting the first episode of a collaboration between Doctors Who Create and Equal Treatment, a medical educational platform that brings awareness to health care issues involving race, immigration, and underserved populations. In this episode, we interview Dr. Oanh Nguyen at UCSF about the implications of

Suture by day, cut and nail by night

Artist Statement: “I believe you have to think about it all carefully. You have to plan each step. The components have to be measured at least twice. Once you cut, there is no turning back. I now find it addicting: creating a piece of furniture

Episode 10: Cannabis, Love, and Other Drugs

In this DWC podcast, we hear from psychopharmacologist, psychiatrist, musician, and drug legalization advocate Dr. Julie Holland. She takes us through the whirlwind that is writing her fourth book, talks about her experience being a physician in the media, and tells us the whole truth

Episode 9: Medicine the Musical

Have you ever wondered what a musical about medical school would be like? In today’s episode, we give you a peek into Medicine the Musical and a behind the scenes discussion with Dr. Michael Ehrenreich, the creative extraordinaire who wrote and directed this musical. In

2018: Our Year in Review

Dear Doctors Who Create readers, As 2018 comes to a close, we would like to thank you for supporting our effort to promote a culture and community of creativity in medicine, and share some highlights from this past year: Last year, one of our resolutions was to

Episode 8: The Chief of Wellness

Today, we sit down to talk to Dr. Benoit Dubé, the Chief Wellness Officer of the University of Pennsylvania. Find out what it means to be a chief wellness officer of, well.. anything, and how much of Dr. Dubé’s path to psychiatry had to do

A Physician’s Eye for Abstraction

In my painting I use fundamental, geometric shapes: squares, rectangles, triangles, and an occasional circle as a kind of vocabulary. I arrange the forms to interplay with one another. I use color to fill the forms or highlight the forms and create other interactions. You

Episode 7: The Opioid Race

What does race have to do with the way we treat opioid addiction in the U.S.? What can we do to understand this issue and address it creatively? Listen as we tackle these complex issues this week and talk about the value of incorporating different

Episode 6: Calling the Shots

This week we talk to Dr. Paul Offit, co-creator of the rotavirus vaccine. His training in pediatrics and infectious diseases, as well as his childhood experience in a polio ward, led him to become a champion for children. In addition to his prolific writing (he’s