Transdisciplinarity in Health Humanities: Advancing Education, Research and Patient Care
The annual gathering showcases research and best practice
surrounding the intersection of arts and humanities disciplines with a
connection to healthcare – inclusive of music, visual art, theatre, dance, creative writing, storytelling, narrative practice, ethical considerations, and other topical discussions.
The symposium is designed to engage artists, humanists, and
healthcare providers who have an interest in this fast-growing field. We welcome attendees from a broad spectrum of arts in healthcare and health humanities proponents including – arts and health practitioners, expressive art therapists, physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, veterans services professionals, social workers, chaplains, healthcare administrators, artists, researchers, educators, students, family and professional caregivers.
Funded in part by the Irving S. Cooper Named Visiting Professorship and the Dolores J. and Paul N. Lavins Fund in Humanities.