Gold Media Hub

Welcome to the Gold Media Hub — where you can explore, engage, and connect with a wide breadth of resources and virtual content offered by the Gold Foundation.

Browse the collections of the Gold Resource Library, connect with fellow GHHSers through the Gold Member Portal, engage with the digital Summit Art Gallery and apply to Gold Foundation programs: there is something for everyone!

Browse the collections at our Gold Resource Library. Collections include Clinician Wellbeing, Climate & Health, and Art, Design & Humanities. Find tools, curriculum guides, databases, best practices, books, podcasts, and more
--or suggest a resource.
3 ways to experience the Summit Art Gallery: 1) view the gallery onsite at the Summit, 2) bid on art in the Silent Auction and 3) browse the Digital Art Gallery featuring over 100 selections including video performance, music, narrative writing, visual art, poems, and more.
Connect with GHHS members through the Gold Member Portal, a new platform for all members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. Find GHHS members in your local community or from around the world, and connect through direct messaging and discussion forums.
Submit a nomination to the AACN-Gold Interprofessional Humanism in Healthcare Award. This new award celebrates and recognizes the impact of interprofessional collaboration between nurses and physicians.
Deadline: May 15
Apply for a Gold Student Summer Fellowship. Medical students undertake a research or service project related to community health while developing skills to become a compassionate, relationship-centered physician. Stipend of up to $4,000. Apply as an individual or with a group. Deadline: March 18
Submit an Essay to the Dr. Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest. Essays by three medical and three nursing students will be selected. Winners receive monetary awards of $1000, $500 and $250, and their essays are published in Academic Medicine and The Journal of Professional Nursing. Deadline: March 13
The GHHS Nominating Committee is actively seeking Trainees (Student, Resident, Fellow), Chapter Advisors, and Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine awardees who have a serious interest in the flourishing of humanism in healthcare to serve on the GHHS Advisory Council. Deadline: to Nominate (April 2) and to apply (April 9)
The GHHS Advisory Council has four committees including Humanism in Practice, Wellness, Chapter Affairs and Program. Consider deepening your role in GHHS by applying to join a committee! Deadline: April 9 at 5pm ET
Seek ideas and support from the GHHS Chapter Leadership School. GHHS Chapter Leadership School. An enduring resource for Chapter Advisors and Student Leaders to support the operations of Gold Humanism Honor Society chapters, their advisors and students. Topics include nominations and inductions, chapter activity ideas, and partnering with your institution.
The GHHS is interested in better understanding the needs of its community members to practice humanistic patient care. In an effort to enhance programming, please fill out a 10-minute survey detailing your experience with maintaining humanism in healthcare, the tools that have served you, and how GHHS can best support you on this journey.
Tell Me More® is a quick connection tool that invites patients, their families, and healthcare teams get to know each other better. It is available for any care setting, including hospitals and clinics, through a Gold Foundation license. Tell Me More® can also be adapted for healthcare corporations to support their employees in creating strong and meaningful connections with patients or customers.
Sign up for our newsletters to stay connected. The Gold Foundation sends out regular emails, including News & Notes, a roundup of announcements sent at the end of each month, the Jeffrey Silver Humanism in Healthcare Research Roundup, and Humanities in Healthcare, a collaboration with the Division of Medical Humanities at NYU Langone Health.