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.
Gold Foundation’s response to COVID-19
The extended Gold Foundation family is grateful beyond words to the physicians, nurses, and many other clinicians and healthcare workers, from custodial staff to CEOs, who are caring for people in this crisis. Our work is continuing, and we are here to support you.Read more ...
Learn more about Mindful Practice from the experts
The Gold Foundation hosted a free webinar with Dr. Mick Krasner, co-founder of Mindful Practice, on March 4. Watch the recording for an introduction to the background, research, and tips and techniques to help in this challenging time.Watch now ...
2020 National Humanism in Medicine Medal recipients
The Gold Foundation is proud to announce the 2020 recipients of our National Humanism in Medicine Medal: Dr. Danielle Ofri, Mrs. Deb O’Hara-Rusckowski, Mr. Steve Rusckowski, and Dr. Eric Topol.Read more ...
Jeffrey Silver Humanism in Healthcare – Special Edition: Maintaining the Human Connection in the Age of COVID-19
2020 ACGME-Gold Bud Baldwin Award presented to 3 institutions for exceptionally humanistic residency programs
POSTPONED: Gold Foundation partners with #YeahYouWrite series to spotlight the Bellevue Literary Review
2019-21 Picker Gold GME Challenge Grants to enhance bioethics, social determinants curricula
Leading Canadian medical educator & writer Dr. Jillian Horton to be presented with the 2020 AFMC-Gold Humanism Award
“D” is for Document
Q&A with Dr. Ron Epstein and Dr. Mick Krasner of Mindful Practice
At 2019 Bud Baldwin winner Middlesex Health, resident physicians are part of a small-town community
A choiceless choice: Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha on standing up and speaking out