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.
Global health advocate Dr. Maria Elena Bottazzi wins the 2023 Vilcek-Gold Award
Dr. Bottazzi receives the honor from the Gold Foundation and the Vilcek Foundation for her work on open-source vaccines.Read More ...
Gold launches a free online course in partnership with NextGenU
The course is designed for healthcare executives, healthcare professionals, policymakers, community leaders, and health professions students who are interested in advancing health equity and dismantling structural racism.Register 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 ...
Nominate a remarkable woman for the 2023 Hurwitz Award
Nominate a woman who exemplifies humanism and has advanced, through her scholarship, advocacy, leadership or work, the well-being of underserved or at-risk populations in the healthcare arena. Deadline: June 12Nominate here...
Gold and Medallia build a new tool to measure humanistic care
At Healthcare Barriers Hackathon, teams design solutions for a vexing health problem
Nursing leader Eileen Sullivan-Marx to be honored at the 2023 International Nurses Day at the United Nations
The Gold Corporate Council joins the Coalition for Trust in Health & Science
Dr. Julie Bruneau presented the 2023 AFMC-Gold Humanism Award
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation names Kathleen Reeves, MD, third President & CEO
Landmark study finds GHHS selection is equitable for medical students from many marginalized groups
Episode 18: Gold Student Summer Fellowship: Understanding Barriers to Early Antenatal Care in Rural Georgia
Episode 17: Gold Student Summer Fellowship: Support for people experiencing incarceration and chronic illness in Los Angeles
Care in the cycle of gun violence
Episode 16: Gold Student Summer Fellowship: Creating a care pathway for children and adolescents presenting with self-harm or suicidality
Ohio University’s Baby Bag Project by GHHS helps local mothers and their infants