Humanism in Practice

GHHS membership is lifelong. We offer programs and events to support your leadership in humanism long after you graduate medical school throughout your career.
We intend to provide programming and resources that will allow for opportunities for you to share ideas with like-minded professionals and be part of a network of advocates for compassionate patient care.

Networking

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 started a new 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, only open to Gold Humanism Honor Society members. Click here to request to join.

Networking Tools Guidelines and Rules

In the spirit of the Gold Humanism Honor Society, please share with compassion and openness to collaboration and deeper understanding. Any post deemed inappropriate based on our guidelines will be removed; any member who consistently posts inappropriate content will be removed from the group.

Please do not post any solicitations or advertisements. Please refrain from vulgar language, political and religious discussions, and abusive, sexist, and racist remarks. Posts with offensive or derogatory comments will be removed.

Please be mindful of posting any copyrighted materials and be respectful of privacy, including your patients and your own.

We believe that all members will act appropriately, given the humanistic nature of all of our Gold Humanism Honor Society members.

Professional Development

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.

 

The Gold Humanism InSight Webinar series

Healthcare practitioners, professionals, and learners are seeking out inspirational live and pre-recorded virtual webinars from Gold Ambassadors and heavy hitters from our Gold Circle Network of Speakers, often in close collaboration with our esteemed partners.

The Gold Foundation, along with its esteemed partners and Gold Ambassadors, are leading the way through action in humanism in healthcare during this dual pandemic – by providing webinars that feature strategic initiatives and systemic solutions to help mitigate and improve healthcare outcomes during these challenging times. These will illustrate all the ways we can pivot during the novel COVID-19 virus as well as rethinking social injustice issues.

You can view prerecording webinars here.

If you’re interested in working with the Gold team to create a webinar, please reach out to Pia Pyne Miller at PMiller@gold-foundation.org.

 

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 PodcastsSpotify, AnchorOvercastRadioPublic, and many other podcast platforms, or listen below on our website here.

 

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.

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.

You can advertise and offer potential service projects exclusive to GHHS members here.
Sign up to be a facilitator at grief & resilience workshop at our 2022 virtual conference.
We are exploring a possible session to address grief and resilience as part of our virtual conference in spring 2022 for the GHHS International Initiative. During this interactive workshop, members of GHHS and the Gold community will participate in small, intimate groups. They will be prompted by a facilitator to reflect, write, and share individual reflections and discover personally useful coping tools they can draw on in the future.
If you are interested in collaborating with Kat Hurley, LMSW, APHSW-C, a Palliative Care Social Worker at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian, to create the session or serve as a facilitator, please sign up.

 

Upcoming Events

Mark your calendars! Our annual conference will be on May 6 – May 7, 2022. The GHHS Alumni group will be hosting a session in the morning of May 7, 2022 with breakout sessions.

If you have Regional and /in-person meet ups that you would like to promote, please reach out to Louisa Tvito at ltvito@gold-foundation.org.

 

Gold Humanism Honor Society’s Humanism in Practice

Gold Humanism Honor Society’s Humanism in Practice: A newsletter 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 ltvito@gold-foundation.org, Stacy Morris at smorris@gold-foundation.org, & Michelle Sloane at msloane@gold-foundation.org to share your work, or if you’re interested in getting more involved with the Gold Humanism Honor Society.

Please see here for the inaugural issue. 

 

 

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