The Arnold P. Gold Foundation infuses the human connection into healthcare. We engage schools, health systems, companies, and individual clinicians in the joy and meaning of humanistic healthcare, so that they have the strength and knowledge to ensure patients and families are partners in collaborative, compassionate, and scientifically excellent care.
Announcing a new Gold Corporate Council member: Siemens Healthineers
Siemens Healthineers, an innovative medical technology company, has joined the Gold Corporate Council, a group of leading healthcare corporations that support the Gold Foundation and hold a strong commitment to humanism in healthcare.Read the full announcement ...
Dr. Barbara Lee & Dr. Kimberly Manning join the Gold Board of Trustees
The Gold Foundation Board of Trustees is delighted to announce two new members: Barbara A. Lee, PhD, a lawyer with deep expertise in higher education, and Kimberly D. Manning, MD, Professor of Medicine at Emory and a leading voice of humanism in academic medicine.Read more ...
Humanism and Healing: Structural Racism and its Impact on Medicine
Gold Humanism Honor Society announces its 2020 National Initiative, which encourages members to use their leadership roles to start or extend conversations about racism and its impact on medicine/healthcare in their local communities and beyond. The launch coincides with the debut of Gold Connection: A GHHS Podcast. The first episode features four GHHS representatives in a conversation around racism in medicine. Listen on Apple iTunes or Spotify.Learn more ...
Education lawyer Dr. Barbara A. Lee & Emory Professor Dr. Kimberly D. Manning join the Gold Board of Trustees
Gold Foundation releases its 2019 Annual Report
Dr. Patricia Garcia selected as the 2020 Gold Humanism in Medicine Award at the AAMC recipient
17 Gold Student Summer Fellows to support patients who are particularly vulnerable in COVID crisis
Humanism in healthcare demands we address racism
New Humanism in Health and Healthcare online course available for free at NextGenU.org
Icahn medical students create PEERS program to foster resilience and community
Q&A with professors of Humanism in Health & Healthcare course live cohort
Led by medical students, Faces of the Frontline project shares stories of clinicians caring in the COVID-19 crisis