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A welcome message from the chair of the Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics, Rita Charon, MD, PhD.
Learn more about and register for upcoming workshops and events in the Division of Narrative Medicine.
The 6th ELSI Congress will take place at Columbia University in New York City from June 10-12, 2024.
The Division of Social Medicine & Professionalism maintains that the principles of medical professionalism are vital to the health care system.
For one day, faculty and students join together for lecture presentations, experiential learning, and workshop sessions.
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Division of Ethics Chief Sandra Soo-Jin Lee calls for diversity in pangenomics in letter to Nature journal.
A recent publication from Special Lecturer in Psychiatry at CUIMC, Elisabeth Guthrie, M.D. and the Founding Chair of the Department of Medical Humanities & Ethics, Rita Charon, M.D., Ph.D.
A co-authored article from Narrative Medicine Certificate alumnx Katie Grogan, DMH, MA and Eve Makoff, MD, MA on the ways narrative medicine practice can benefit palliative care teams.
The Association of Bioethics Program Directors, representing nearly 100 academic bioethics programs in North America, has issued guidance following a controversial new law in Florida.
Rita Charon founded this influential program at Columbia, which is now practiced widely both in the U.S. and abroad.
The New York Times talks to Division of Ethics Chief Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, PhD about the ethics of pulling human DNA from the environment.
Over the past three years, Columbia Division of Ethics Associate Professor Maya Sabatello, LLB, PhD, has co-authored two of the top-most cited articles in the American Journal of Bioethics.
Our panelists explore the ways mental illness has been both medicalized and criminalized, the impact of incarceration on mental health at large, and the work being done to promote harm reduction.