We are pleased to invite you to apply to present at the 2024 Gold Humanism Summit: The Person in Front of You, February 29–March 2 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The 4th annual Gold Humanism Summit will convene our community members to explore best practices and strategies to fuel change and inspire action. This interprofessional, international event will be focused on igniting humanism to create the tangible changes necessary to heal the heart of healthcare.
***Please note that the period to submit an abstract for a workshop, lecture, or panel presentation has closed. However, we have extended the deadline to submit a poster or Gold Mining presentation through October 31.***
We are currently seeking posters and Gold Mining presentations on projects, programs, research, and initiatives in healthcare that demonstrate action-oriented approaches related to the following conference themes:
- Humanism in action
- Communication and connection
- Diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism
We are also interested in projects that:
- encourage interprofessional teamwork
- reflect a broad range of healthcare professional perspectives and experience
- demonstrate positive change as a result of public-private partnerships across all sectors of the healthcare ecosystem and collaborations with community organizations
- will be highly engaging and interactive, and embody one or more of the conference themes
***To submit an abstract for either a poster or Gold Mining session only, review the requirements below. Deadline: October 31***
Note that while we ask that you indicate the most appropriate format to present your work at the summit, should your abstract be selected, the conference committee may ask clarifying questions and will ultimately determine the accepted format.
Submissions are currently being accepted for the following formats:
- Poster presentation
- Gold Mining* presentation on GHHS day
*Presenting during the Gold Mining session is reserved for Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) members only. Gold Mining is an opportunity to give shorter presentations to smaller audiences, who will rotate through a cycle of Gold Mining presentations held at round tables. Participants are encouraged to ask questions of the presenters and the more intimate experience fosters deeper dialogue. More details will be provided for selected projects.