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.
17 Gold Student Summer Fellows to focus on COVID-19 projects
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation is pleased to announce that 17 medical students have been selected as 2020 Gold Student Summer Fellows, each embarking on a summer project related to service or research in underserved communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read the full announcement...
Humanism in healthcare demands we address racism
The social determinants of health define the odds of a long life. The COVID-19 pandemic itself has put health disparities into high relief. The recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and other people of color who have been killed or harmed, have created a clear view of what Black Americans and people of color face daily. Persistent racism threatens health, well-being, and life; we must come together now to create a more humanistic world for all people.Read the full statement
COVID-19 tools to use and share
To all of our Gold partners, we have curated resources to help support you in this pandemic. We invite you to use and share these tools with your healthcare team, students, constituents, and customers for free during the COVID-19 crisis. One of the featured tools is our Tell Me More® for COVID-19 free downloadable kit.Learn more ...
Gold Foundation announces new collaboration with The DAISY Foundation™
Joint Gold-Planetree statement on preserving family presence during pandemics
Jeffrey Silver Humanism in Healthcare Research Roundup – May 2020
Join Dr. Mick Krasner in weekly PRI webinars: Practicing within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic
Reactivated PPE Portrait Project strengthens human connections in the COVID-19 crisis
Jeffrey Silver Humanism in Healthcare – Special Edition: Maintaining the Human Connection in the Age of COVID-19
Q&A with Dr. Dorothy Levine, departing GHHS leader
Our need to be changed
#ColoringCare pages by GHHS member Dr. Mike Natter
The irony of connection in a world of distance