Health Humanities Consortium Survey
The Kingfisher Institute is working with members of the Health Humanities Consortium to conduct the most comprehensive survey to date of health and medical humanities programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Together, the research group, which includes representatives from Creighton, Case Western Reserve, Centre College, DePaul, D’Youville and Quinnipiac, is gathering information on everything from program resources and learning outcomes to student numbers and potential interest in accreditation.
Rapid expansion of programs makes this study especially timely. The project team will begin sharing the results of the survey in the next academic year.
The Health Humanities Consortium is the leading professional organization in the field of health humanities, promoting scholarship, education and practices that focus on the intersection of the arts and humanities, health, illness and health care.