Welcome to the landing page of our Fall 2022 symposium on Creating Cultures of Trust and Equity for People Living with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). This Symposium took place on Tuesday, November 1, 1:00 PM-6:00 PM, at the Space in the Ehinger Center on Drew’s campus and online by Zoom. We were grateful for the great turnout and all speakers! You can watch the recording here. This symposium was organized by the Medical and Health Humanities Program and the Office of Graduate Admissions of the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, Drew University. Navigate to speaker sessions and artistic and educational resources.

Humanizing medicine and care by fostering moral practices and institutions is the mission of the low-residency Medical & Health Humanities program at Drew University. Created almost three decades ago, our certificate, master’s and professional doctorate were a first of its kind and continue to innovate and serve local, national, and internationally based care contexts. These degrees meet the growing need for advanced training in health humanities, care ethics, health policy, contemplative care, and narrative medicine. Robustly interdisciplinary, the program encourages explorations of issues and concerns that give expression to the human being as an entangled being, part of complex moral, natural, and socio-political ecologies that impact our health and well-being.

The curriculum integrates academic inquiry and professional experience to prepare students for careers throughout the healthcare industry, community care settings and beyond. Professionals serve as clinical or public health ethics consultants, moral case facilitators, policymakers, applied and humanities researchers, administrators, leaders of initiatives that foster health and well-being, or work as care professionals in education, health care and social care settings.


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