CFP: Artificial Life: Debating Medical Modernity (April 19-21, UC Riverside) […]
Call for Submissions to 2018 PLEXUS Journal We invite you to submit your artwork, including but not limited to prose, poetry, paintings, photographs, music, performance and dance to PLEXUS, an arts and humanities journal created by UC Irvine’s School of Medicine. PLEXUS is celebrating 19 years of success thanks to the participation and contributions of [...]
As an economics major, UCI alumna Chelsea Ching Su had never imagined a career where she would be personally enriching the experiences of physical therapy patients. […]
Photos: Medical Humanities Initiative Work-in-Progress Talk Memory and Medicine in Early Modern England Presented by Rebeca Helfer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English, UCI School of Humanities In this Medical Humanities Initiative Work-in-Progress Talk, Dr. Rebeca Helfer, UCI Associate Professor of English, asks: What did memory have to do with medicine in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England? [...]
Last March, the UCI Medical Humanities Initiative Sponsored a round-table on the Flint Water Crisis, featuring professors from the Departments of History, Public Policy, and Public Health. Here, History Professor Andrew Highsmith revisits the event in an interview with UCI News.
We invite you to submit your works of art, including but not limited to prose, poetry, paintings, photographs, music, performance, and dance to PLEXUS, UCI SOM’s Journal of the Arts and Humanities. PLEXUS is celebrating 18 years of success thanks to the participation & contributions of our students, staff, faculty, and community. […]
Theresa Brown RN, the UCI Medical Humanities Distinguished Lecturer and author of the New York Times Best-Selling books The Shift and Critical Care drew an audience of well over one hundred UCI and community members including six local high schools.
Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial group in the United States and the largest concentration of Vietnamese living outside of Vietnam resides in Southern California. Their experiences during the war in Vietnam and their turbulent journey as refugees and immigrants have contributed to the complexities of their health care. The Vietnamese American Oral History [...]
On October 15, the Medical Humanities Initiative, along with the Stem Cell Center, Reeve Spinal Center, UCI Illuminations, and the Departments of Dance, Music, and Drama co-sponsored a symposium on sound, movement, and healing. […]
Join us for the Medical Humanities Initiative Distinguished Lecture featuring Theresa Brown, R.N. the bestselling author of The Shift.