The Arnold P. Gold Foundation champions humanism in healthcare, which we define as compassionate, collaborative, and scientifically excellent care. This Gold standard of care embraces all and targets barriers to such care. We empower experts, learners, and leaders to together create systems and cultures that support humanistic care for all.
Gold Corporate Council commits to supporting the well-being of the healthcare workforce
The Gold Corporate Council, which is made up of BD, Henry Schein, Inc., Quest Diagnostics, CVS Health, Medallia, and Siemens Healthineers, will be sharing case examples and the results of its well-being initiatives. We hope these efforts can help foster better well-being and a more humanistic healthcare system for all.Read more ...
Kathleen Reeves, MD, named the next Gold Foundation President and CEO
Kathleen Reeves, MD, FAAP, a visionary leader in urban bioethics, compassionate pediatrician, exemplar in humanism, and groundbreaking medical educator at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, has been selected to be the third President and CEO of the Gold Foundation. She will succeed Richard I. Levin, MD, who is retiring after a remarkable 12-year tenure.Read more ...
Apply for 2023-2024 Gold Humanism Scholars at the Harvard Macy Institute
We seek to support medical and nursing educators working to develop and enhance educational projects focused on achieving humanistic patient care that can be replicated across a variety of healthcare delivery settings. Deadline for Applications to Gold Foundation – May 15 at 11:59 p.m. PacificLearn more and apply here ...
Four visionary leaders to be honored at our Annual Gala
On June 20th in New York City, four leaders will receive the 2023 National Humanism in Medicine Medal: Dean of Howard’s College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences Dr. Gina S. Brown; President and CEO of the Gold Foundation Dr. Richard I. Levin; founding Dean and President Emeritus of the Morehouse School of Medicine, and former HHS Secretary, the Honorable Dr. Louis W. Sullivan; and Dean at the NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing Dr. Eileen Sullivan-Marx. We hope to see you there!Learn more ...
Apply now for Picker-Gold Challenge Grants for Residency Training
The Gold Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2023-25 Picker Gold Graduate Medical Education Challenge Grants Program. We are specifically interested in projects that include a focus on the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. Submissions are due April 10 by 11:59 p.m. PT.Learn more ...
Announcing the winning artwork for the GHHS 20th Anniversary Tote Bag
Jeffrey Silver Humanism in Healthcare Research Roundup – January-February 2023
NYU Langone Health’s beloved Medical Humanities newsletter is revived as a Gold-NYU collaboration
2022 Pearl Birnbaum Hurwitz Award is presented to Dr. Thuy D. Bui
2022 BD Gold Humanism in Community Health Innovator Award presented to Yudith Correa, nursing leader and community advocate
Landmark study finds GHHS selection is equitable for medical students from many marginalized groups
Episode 17: Gold Student Summer Fellowship: Support for people experiencing incarceration and chronic illness in Los Angeles
Episode 16: Gold Student Summer Fellowship: Creating a care pathway for children and adolescents presenting with self-harm or suicidality
Episode 15: “Every Patient After” with Molly Fessler, 2022 Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest winner
Episode 14: “As the Sun Sets” with Jessica Pierce, 2022 Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest winner
Snapshot of 2023 Thank a Resident Day
Episode 13: “The Light” with Mason Blacker, 2022 Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest winner
Episode 12: Gold Student Summer Fellowship: M.E.D.S. program for Florida youth
Episode 11: Gold Student Summer Fellowship: Virtual Reality Training for CNAs Caring for Patients with Dementia
8 Questions with… Dr. Pedro “Joe” Greer, Jr.
Ohio University’s Baby Bag Project by GHHS helps local mothers and their infants