Gold Library: COVID-19 tools
COVID-19 Tools for our Partners
We have curated resources to help support you in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gold Library: Gold Human InSight Webinars
Gold Human InSight Webinars
View our timely, useful, and inspirational library of remote access Gold Human InSight Webinars. For 2020-2021, the overarching series theme is: Care, Compassion, and Collaboration during the Dual Pandemics.
Practical Applications of Humanism
This Gold Foundation database collects practical tools, best practices, curriculum, videos, journal articles, and much more, all focused on putting humanism into practice. Click here
Humanism in Health & Healthcare course
“Humanism in Health and Healthcare” is a free virtual course, open to anyone at any time, on the NextGenU.org platform, developed in partnership with Oakland University’s William Beaumont School of Medicine. Faculty may also use the curriculum as the foundation for their own class focused on humanism in healthcare.
Jeffrey Silver Humanism in Healthcare Research Roundup
Each month we compile recently published research related to humanism and papers written by members of the Gold community. To receive an email notification of future Research Roundups, enter your information here and check “Research Roundup” at the bottom.
Mapping the Landscape, Journey Together projects
These teams from medical institutions all over the country have engaged in research and advocacy to advance humanism in healthcare with the aid of Mapping the Landscape (MTL) grants from the Gold Foundation. See here.
Clinician Well-Being Resources
A curated collection of research data points, tools, practical methods to approach this topic, and an opportunity to exchange thoughts.
CHARM-Arnold P. Gold Foundation Charter on Physician Well-Being (JAMA)
These groundbreaking guidelines for promoting the well-being of healthcare professionals have been endorsed by more than a dozen leading organizations.
CHARM Annotated Bibliography
CHARM Annotated Bibliography of Evidence-Based Interventions for Medical Student, Trainee and Practicing Physician Well-being
An annotated collection of articles summarizing best practices to reduce burnout and improve well-being. Interventions are organized into five areas: physical health, emotional health, facilitated groups, active self-improvement, and organization transformation. Download the PDF
Our reviews of books related to humanism in medicine.
Summer Reading for Compassionate Clinicians
Literature Arts Medicine Database
This database from NYU School of Medicine is a collection of literature, fine art, visual art and performing art annotations created for those with an interest in medical humanities.
This initiative from Johns Hopkins shares thoughtful clinical stories and perspectives to stimulate reflection about providing exceptional care.