Register for the 2024 Gold Humanism Summit

You are invited to Atlanta, Georgia, for a special gathering of supporters of humanism in healthcare! Doctors, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, social workers, students of all health professions, healthcare team members, deans, faculty, corporate health leaders, patients, caregivers, and advocates of humanism – you are welcome and needed!

Join us February 29 to March 2 for exciting keynotes, helpful workshops, engaging sessions, an art gallery, poster presentations, and much more.

In this special message from Dr. Sandra Gold, the co-founder of The Arnold P. Gold Foundation, you will learn all the reasons to say YES to attending the Gold Humanism Summit: The Person in Front of You…including a special Meet and Greet session with her! Follow Sandra’s nudge and register now!

What to expect at the Gold Humanism Summit

  • Meaningful keynote and plenary sessions
  • Numerous breakout sessions dedicated to the six conference themes
  • Daily morning wellness activities
  • Daily breakfast and lunch
  • Wednesday evening welcome reception
  • Thursday evening poster session and art gallery reception
  • Friday evening Hackathon and reception
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society special programming
  • Well-being space
  • Local Georgia entertainment
  • Networking opportunities
  • Access to presenter slides
  • Complimentary CME

Registration Fees

All presenters are required to register for the conference. Early-bird discounts do not apply to moderator, presenter, resident, or student registration fees, as these fees are already discounted. Fees are listed below in U.S. dollars.

Early-Bird Rate

General Admission Only: $499
(through November 3rd)

Standard Pricing

General Admission: $599

Special Pricing

Moderators/Presenters: $499

Students/Residents: $199

Community Health Center Employee: $199

Gold Partners Council Members: $499

Members of the Gold Partners Council (GPC) receive a special rate of $499 per person for a maximum of five people. If you have any questions about how to register for this special rate, please contact

Learn more about the Gold Partners Council. Is your school or health system a member? View medical school members and hospitals and health systems members. If your institution is not a GPC member yet and would like to join, please contact Kerry Ford at 

Registration type may be reviewed by the the conference planner for eligibility.

Note on GHHS Day (March 2): The final day of the conference will feature the work of the Gold Humanism Honor Society, including an induction ceremony, a session on dreams for a more humanistic world, and short presentations on GHHS projects in a “Gold Mining” session. All conference registrants are welcome to attend; if you are planning to stay through March 2, please check the box for GHHS Day on your registration.

Terms and Conditions

By registering, you are giving us permission to add you to the Gold Foundation email list and receive, among other emails, notifications about the upcoming conference and our monthly News & Notes emails. Your information will not be given out nor sold. You can unsubscribe at any time.

By attending the event, you are giving the Gold Foundation permission to record and share your photographic image and any comments, both during the event and in the future.

The Gold Foundation is committed to a humanistic culture at our events. We expect all attendees to be respectful and engage in civil discourse, even when we might disagree. Harassment and offensive comments are prohibited and can result in expulsion without a refund. We appreciate you helping make this a special event of compassion, listening, and greater understanding for all of us.

Cancellation Policy

A refund, minus a $50 administration fee, will be issued for cancellations received via email to the conference planning committee at on or before December 1, 2023. No refunds will be issued after December 1, 2023.

If you cannot attend after you registered, you may find a substitute for your registration. Send your name and the name, email, position, and organization of the person substituting for you in writing by February 1, 2024, to, so that we may ensure the information is updated for badges and other conference materials. One substitution is allowed for each original registrant. The individual submitting the substitution request is responsible for all financial obligations associated with that substitution, as well as updating any contact information. Exceptions to the substitution deadline will be made for registrants who provide proof of a positive COVID-19 test and per CDC guidelines as of the date of testing, you would be unable to attend the event; other extenuating circumstances will be considered. Late substitutions will likely not be updated on badges or other conference materials.