Program in Arts, Humanities and Medicine Events

Past Events

March 6, 2014
6pm - 7:30pm
Gemini, the story of an unidentified Jane Doe battling for her life in the intensive care unit, and the doctor working to save her.
Speaker: Carol Cassella, M.D., a practicing anesthesiologist and novelist
Stanford University Bookstore

December 12, 2012
LASER Symposium
(Leonardo Art/Science Evening Rendezvous)
History Corner (Building 200) Room 305

Visit the Writers' Workshops page for information on on upcoming workshops and past events

December 10, 2012
Writing Workshops with Sharon Bray Ed.D.
Open to students, alumni, faculty, staff, housestaff or volunteers
with affiliation to the School of Medicine, or Stanford or Packard Hospitals
Contact: Paula Bailey
Sign up required. Choose either the evening series or the all day retreat.

September 22, 2012
The Concert by Caregivers Music Festival
12n – 4p Dean’s Lawn Stanford Medical School
Sponsored by the Stanford Hospital Music Program
Contact Greg Kaufman (650) 725-2892

March 1, 2012
Reading and Lecture by Dr. Rafael Campo
6:30p Cantor Arts Center Auditorium
Cultural Competence:  Poetry and the Importance of Voice in the Illness Experience
For more information see flyerPhotos

October 14, 2011
One Woman Performance of excerpts from the show
7:30p Cubberley Auditorium
For more information see flyer

February 19, 2009
4th Annual Writer's Forum, feat. Ward Trueblood, Jennifer Richter & Katrina Karkazis
5:30p, M-112 Stanford School of Medicine
Light Refreshments to follow
Contact: Paula Bailey, (650) 498-7869

October 8, 2008
Linda and Michael Hutcheon
Opera, Aging and Creativity
5:30pm, Wallenberg Theater
contact: David Palumbo-Liu

12 noon, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics Conference Room:
Informal presentation and Q/A with the visiting lecturers

June 18, 2008
Anna Deveare Smith - One woman show
Medicine Grand Rounds
Wednesday, 8:00am
Braun Auditorium in the Chemistry Building
Contact: Dept of Medicine (650) 725-5071

February 28, 2008
"The New Metaphors of AIDS": Abigail Zuger, MD, columnist for the New York Times
5:15p, SMS Alway M-112 (see flyer)

October 24th, 2006
"The Eros of Illness: Biology, Culture, and the Desire to Heal," a seminar by Dr. David Morris, inaugural Visiting Medical Humanities fellow.