GHHS membership is life-long! We offer programs, resources, and events to help support you in your continued humanism in practice and leadership. Through joining this community of like-minded professionals, we aim to foster a network which together champions and advocates for compassionate patient care.
Join the after medical school committee
The Humanism in Action Sub-committee works on identifying ways for our GHHS student members to stay involved in appropriate Gold Foundation programming after departing from medical school. The relationships between GHHS and these students was a critical part of their UME experience – GHHS staff would like to better understand the needs and desires of these GHHS members in an effort to coordinate programming that will be interesting for them.
The mission of the GHHS Alumni Committee is to promote networking and create spaces for meaningful engagement beyond medical school among GHHS alumni members. If you are interested in joining the after medical school committee, please email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate your interest. Learn more about some of our committee members here.
|Cindy Chang, M.D. |
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow at Cincinnati Children's Hospital
|Jacob Altholz, M.D.|
Emergency Medicine Resident in Las Vegas, Nevada
|Aditi Singh, M.D.
An associate professor and GHHS Chapter Advisor at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine UNLV Department of Internal Medicine
|Cynthia "Annette" Reyes|
4th year medical student at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
|Vipul Gargya, M.D.|
Plastic Surgeon at Brandon Plastic Surgery
Well-being Workshop Series: Join us for a year of special free workshops hosted by the Gold Humanism Honor Society; each one is designed to nurture your well-being and provide support. Open to all healthcare professionals including residents and fellows, we are offering a selection of in person and virtual workshops. To learn more, visit the 2023 GHHS Well-being Workshop Series.
Annual Gala: The Annual Gala marks a special time each year when the Gold Foundation gathers its community of doctors, nurses, students, healthcare education leaders, medical and nursing faculty and deans, corporate executives, patients, families, nonprofit partners, and supporters in a singular celebration of humanism in healthcare. This year, we will be back at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City on Tuesday, June 20th.
If you have regional and/or in-person meet ups that you would like to promote, please reach out to Louisa Tvito at email@example.com.
Humanism in Action
GHHS members we invite you to take the opportunity to share what’s happening in your world and how you are plugging into service projects as GHHS members.
We recognize the importance of continued development for medical professionals. Continuous development can range from learning how to maintain and teach humanism during residency and beyond and being plugged into educational opportunities like webinars, lectures, and podcasts.
Resources for Residents:
The Gold Reading List for Compassionate Clinicians
Words of Wisdom for New Residents
Advice for Post Graduate Year One
Gold Connection podcast
The Gold Connection is a podcast created and produced by members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. Gold Connection: A GHHS Podcast launched in August 2020 in conjunction with the debut of the 2020-2021 GHHS National Initiative: Humanism and Healing: Structural Racism and its Impact on Medicine. Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor, Overcast, RadioPublic, and many other podcast platforms, or listen below on our website here.
GHHS’ Humanism in Practice Newsletter
This newsletter is a means for members to stay connected throughout their careers. Long after you have left your medical school’s chapter, GHHS offers incredible opportunities throughout your career.
Are you doing advocacy work that you’d like to share? Are you planning an event or doing research that a peer might be able to participate in? Would you like to share your art? Please feel free to connect with the GHHS team: Louisa Tvito at firstname.lastname@example.org, Stacy Morris at email@example.com, & Michelle Sloane at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your work, or if you’re interested in getting more involved with the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Medicine & The Arts: We would love to highlight your creative work outside of medicine that is important to you as an individual. We accept all kinds of submissions including but not limited to poems, essays (max. 1500 words), paintings, photographs, etc.
We invite you to submit your artistic expression here. You can view the artwork, poetry, and photographs of other GHHS members here.
We aim to foster relationship building amongst alumni by helping to build connections and by sharing how members are continuing to embody the mission and values of the foundation. We offer networking tools to develop mentoring relationships and a platform for individuals to showcase current projects or give recognition.
We have created a LinkedIn group for Gold Humanism Honor Society members to provide an easy way for you to connect with other leaders of humanism across the globe. The group is private and only open to Gold Humanism Honor Society members. Click here to request to join.