Learners explored new avenues for scholarly undertaking in the health, arts, and humanities during the Arts-Based Research and Practice Mini-Retreat and Workshop. Health humanities and arts-based approaches offer a wide variety of ways to create and impactfully mobilize new knowledge and understanding. The Arts-Based Research and Practice Workshop that took place this past fall offered […]

Posted: Friday March 8, 2024

Healthcare practitioners are often taught to approach and manage their patients’ bodies at the expense of their own. Becoming sick oneself, or seeing a family member fall ill, can be a traumatizing and bewildering experience. How can we remember to tend to our own bodies as healthcare practitioners? How can narrative help us remember — […]

Posted: Friday January 26, 2024

Miriam Colleran, Foundational Certificate alum and palliative care physician in Ireland, joined Karen Gold and Damian Tarnopolsky for a special in person conversation while she was in Toronto this fall. She shares her introduction to narrative-based medicine and discusses how engaging with narrative methods has changed her practice. Enjoy the conversation:

Posted: Thursday December 14, 2023