Center for Humanities in Medicine

The Center for Humanities in Medicine supports Mayo Clinic’s primary value, the needs of the patient come first, by integrating the arts and other expressions of human culture into the healing environment.

The Center engages interconnected communities of patients, families, staff, learners, and the public to promote the artful and compassionate delivery of healthcare. Humanities in Medicine activities are open to Mayo Clinic patients, staff, visitors and community members and are made possible by the generous donations of grateful benefactors.

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Nov 9, 2020

Artist Talk with Tia Calvert | Rochester Art Center

By Sarah Mensink @samensink
ICYMI // Check out this recording of an artist talk with Tia Calvert whose artwork "Woven" is currently on exhibition as part of "Expressions of Clinician Well-Being" in the Grand Lobby.
Artist Talk with Tia Calvert | Rochester Art Center
Oct 2, 2020

MN: Music is Good Medicine | Kevin Kleist & Tiffany Strande

By Sarah Mensink @samensink
Rochester, MN: Music is Good Medicine, a series of performances from the Lavins Center for Humanities in Medicine featuring Mayo Clinic employees, retirees & students who volunteer to share their musical gifts. In this performance, Kevin Kleist (Pharmacy) and Tiffany Strande (C.P.F.T.) return, this time together on the guitar [...]
MN: Music is Good Medicine | Kevin Kleist & Tiffany Strande
Sep 28, 2020

Tour "Expressions of Clinician Well Being" virtually or at Rochester Art Center

By Sarah Mensink @samensink
A new art exhibit, "Expressions of Clinician Well-Being," is available for touring virtually and an expanded collection is on display at the Rochester Art Center. Expressions of Clinician Well-Being collects insights directly from clinicians, patients, their loved ones, and organizations working to prevent burnout and promote well-being. By allowing [...]
Tour "Expressions of Clinician Well Being" virtually or  at Rochester Art Center
Sep 28, 2020

MN: Music is Good Medicine | Beth Daede

By Sarah Mensink @samensink
Rochester, MN: Music is Good Medicine, a series of performances from the Lavins Center for Humanities in Medicine featuring Mayo Clinic employees, retirees & students who volunteer to share their musical gifts. Today, meet Beth Daede, Clinical Lab Technologist with Molecular Hematology.  Beth is performing Lamentations of the Heart [...]
MN:  Music is Good Medicine | Beth Daede
Aug 24, 2020

Bring the Sing | Streaming August 27, 2020

By Sarah Mensink @samensink
Hosted by Classical Minnesota Public Radio and Rochester Downtown Alliance: Bring the Sing Rochester | August 27, 2020 streamed at  noon CST.    
Bring the Sing | Streaming August 27, 2020

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