The 2014 Induction ceremony occurred May 1st at the Fulginetti Pavilion at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Dr. Dan Matlock MD MPH Provided the Keynote address “Do patients really want a revolution” and Dr Norma Wagoner, PhD gave provided historical background into the creation of the Gold Humanism Society and the Colorado Chapter in her talk “The Gold Foundation’s Leadership in Influencing the Culture of Medicine.”
63 new members were inducted and honored with certificates, lapel pins, and publication of essay submissions in the “What humanism means to me” book.
Congratulations to the class of 2014! Sixty three University of Colorado residents and fellows were honored in the May 1st Induction Reception ceremony at the Fulginetti Pavilion.
The names and specialties of Univerisity of Colorado’s humanistic providers:
And… The faces:
We know you have been inspired by someone who has touched your life or the lives of others in their daily work. Solidarity Day is a great way to show them that the good they do has made an impact on you.
We would like to hear your stories about those people who have exemplified compassion in their work and would love to see photos of how you honored them by recognizing the good they have brought to others. Please follow the following link to share your story:
Send images to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Colorado Gold Humanism Honor society and the Arnold P. Gold Humanism in Medicine society this February 14th, 2014
September 17th 2013
We were delighted to have Dr. Branch, a pioneer in the field of Humanism in Medicine, as the Brettell Visiting Professor for General Internal Medicine this year. He shared his experiences and observations in relation to humanism spanning his 50 year career over 2 days. Dr. Branch addressed humanism in the era of scientific objectivity, the era of improved patient communication, and the era of wide-spread teaching of communication skills. Additionally he covered the topics of professionalism, appreciative inquiry, well-being, renewal, reflective learning.