Do you have a GHHS chapter initiative that could use some funding to get off the ground? Or are you a resident/fellow and GHHS member launching a humanism in medicine initiative?
The Gold Humanism Honor Society accepts proposals for a GHHS Chapter Activity Grant on a rolling basis. The grant period will be based on the project’s needs.
Chapter projects must be connected to a GHHS chapter and involve current GHHS chapter members. Starting in 2023, funding is also available to support initiatives led by medical residents or fellows who are GHHS members. For resident/fellow-led projects, preference is given to projects that involve participation of local GHHS chapter members, however this is not a requirement.
Chapters or GHHS residents/fellows may request up to $1500 to support humanism-centered initiatives. We are particularly interested in:
- Legacy projects that are handed over from one class of chapter members to the next.
- Outreach projects that involve direct partnership with community organizations.
- Initiatives that involve collaborations across GHHS chapters, nationally or internationally.
- Research projects that address humanism in medical learning environments and/or wellness for trainees and clinicians.
We welcome you to see ideas of past projects funded through the GHHS grant in our Practical Applications of Humanism Database. See below for search tips.
Please note that GHHS does not provide support for honoraria, speaker’s fees, or monetary donations to charities.