As an educator in the preclinical or clinical curriculum, you can use many resources to stimulate a robust conversation about professionalism, ethics, and humanism in medical practice and healthcare.
In addition to Harmony, "a literary journal of essays, short stories, poetry, visual art, and photography is a publication of Arizona’s College of Medicine Program in Medical Humanities," below are several resources you might find useful in promoting medical students' or residents' reflections on these important issues.
- Teamwork in healthcare delivery
- Teaching new doctors to navigate ethical issues
- iCollaborative (non-peer reviewed, shared curricula) - Health Disparities
Center for Medicine after the Holocaust
Hastings Center in New York
- Health Care
- Aging, chronic conditions and end of life care
- Science and the self
- Children and families
Institute of Medical Ethics
- Beecher's 1966 article on research involving human subjects