Presenters (alpha order by last name)

Last
First
Panel
Abstract
Adams Sara Panel VII.A The Entwinement of Practice and Humanities: Perspectives from the Community, the Global Arena and End of Life Care
Anderson-Fye Eileen Panel IV.A Intersections in Bioethics and Environmental Ethics
Andrews Gillian Panel II.E Borders, Bodies and Black Goo: Ebola Analogues in It Comes at Night
Aultman Julie Panel III.D Transforming LaCombe’s “Playing God” into the Confessional Narrative it Should Be
Baglia Jay Panel IV.C Operationalizing Donna Haraway’s Cyborg through My Cancer Narrative
Barfield Raymond Panel II.C Attending and Attention In Medicine: Mapping Metacognitive Lenses To Neurocognitive Pathways For Patient Storytelling
Beck Emily Panel VI.E Reframing Medicine in the Medical Humanities: Teaching and Outreach in Alternative Medicine Environments
Belling Catherine Panel IV.E The Psychiatrist’s Tragedy:  Hereditary as an Experiment in Biological and Supernatural Horror
Berry Sarah Panel I.A Data for Diverse and Inclusive Educational Environments
Biagi Laura Panel III.E Chrysalis: Storytelling for Life Transitions
Baldwinson Raquel Panel VII.D When Private Goes Public: An International History of the Pharmaceutical Company Sponsored Nurse
Blumenthal Rachel Panel VI.D Sensory Environs of the Nineteenth-Century Asylum
Bracken Rachel Panel IV.A Intersections in Bioethics and Environmental Ethics
Braitman Laurel Panel V.B Story RX: Storytelling in the Medical Humanities in Practice
Panel VII.B Live Storytelling Workshop: So you want to tell your story?
Brown Nathaniel Panel I.D Seeing Medicine Through Different Eyes: A Qualitative Study of Nurses’ and Physicians’ Attitudes Towards Hierarchy
Buras Nicole Panel III.C Improvisation in Navigating Self-Care and Health Care Environments
Burke Katherine Panel V.D Hildegard of Bingen
Caleb Amanda M. Panel I.A Data for Diverse and Inclusive Educational Environments
Cascio M. Ariel Panel III.B The Environments and Contexts of “Medical” Versus “Health” Humanities
Case Gretchen Panel VI.A Painted Bodies: Practicing the Science of Anatomy and the Art of Human Touch in Medical School
Chambers Tod Panel V.D Photography and Bioethics
Charise Andrea Panel VI.B Health Humanities and Health Technologies: Opportunities to Define Future Paths
Cotter-Schaufele Susan Panel V.A None of us is as smart as all of us: Working together to create positive outcomes
Cummins John Stevens Poster 4 Letting Residents Tell Their Stories: Narrative Medicine as a Means to Reduce Burnout among Internal Medicine Residents
Czerwiec MK  

Plenary-Thursday

Mapping The Landscape of Graphic Medicine
Panel III.A Refiguring the Cultural Contours of Embodiment: Recent Work in Disability Arts
deCruz-Dixon Naila V. Panel VII.C Breaking Bad—A ‘Borderland’ Illness Narrative
Delbene Roxana Panel III.D A discourse analysis of parallel chart narratives: emotional attitudes and role expectations adopted by medical trainees
Devenot Nicole Panel IV.A Intersections in Bioethics and Environmental Ethics
Diacovo Natalie Panel I.D The waiting room as a space for self-expression in the pediatric primary care setting
Drebitko Clare Panel I.D Seeing Medicine Through Different Eyes: A Qualitative Study of Nurses’ and Physicians’ Attitudes Towards Hierarchy
Eichbaum Quentin Panel II.C Attending and Attention In Medicine: Mapping Metacognitive Lenses To Neurocognitive Pathways For Patient Storytelling
Elkin David Panel I.C On Being Creative in Clinical Spaces
Panel II.A In Context: Using the Humanities to Explore Moral Growth, Reaffirm Individuality and Build Resilience in Medical Trainees
Elwell Matt Panel III.C Improvisation in Navigating Self-Care and Health Care Environments
Fletcher Erica Panel IV.B Teaching in the Borderlands of Healthcare Education: Can the Humanities be Relevant without Reductionism?
Flood Margaret Panel VI.E Reframing Medicine in the Medical Humanities: Teaching and Outreach in Alternative Medicine Environments
Fox Ann M. Panel III.A Refiguring the Cultural Contours of Embodiment: Recent Work in Disability Arts
Frolov Latoya Panel II.A In Context: Using the Humanities to Explore Moral Growth, Reaffirm Individuality and Build Resilience in Medical Trainees
Gagliese Lucia Panel II.D Where did they put you? Transition and adaptation to long-term care in Alice Munro’s short stories
Garden Rebecca Panel I.B Refugees, Place, Narrative: Field Research, Literary Study, and Pedagogy
Genovese Jacqueline Panel I.D Rediscovering What the Ancients Knew About Getting Outside
Golafshani Maryam Panel V.E Medicine’s Strange Encounters with Patients and Texts: A Feminist Phenomenological Intervention in Health Humanities
Gorman Gerry Panel VII.A The Entwinement of Practice and Humanities: Perspectives from the Community, the Global Arena and End of Life Care
Gramelspacher Anna Maria Poster 3 Letting Residents Tell Their Stories: Narrative Medicine as a Means to Reduce Burnout among Internal Medicine Residents
Guillot-Wright Shannon Panel VII.E Migrant workers’ de jure vs de facto access to health
Hausman Benice L. Panel VII.E Body as Environment in Vaccination Controversy
Hengstebeck Eric Panel I.E Insomnia and Nightmare Aesthetics in Poe and Macnish
Hirshfield Laura Poster 3 Letting Residents Tell Their Stories: Narrative Medicine as a Means to Reduce Burnout among Internal Medicine Residents
Hiskes Andries Panel V.C Risks of Disability Aesthetics
Horwitz Wendy Panel I.D Emotional Boundaries: Self-Disclosure in the Undergraduate Health Humanities Classroom
Howell Jessica Panel VI.D ‘Tropical’ Environments and the Politics of Health
Hummel Lorna Panel II.D The Labors of Love: Glory as Informal Caregiver in Marilynne Robinson’s Home
Johnson Nate Panel IV.B Teaching in the Borderlands of Healthcare Education: Can the Humanities be Relevant without Reductionism?
Jong Kate Panel I.C On Being Creative in Clinical Spaces
Kim Candice Jeehae Panel V.B Story RX: Storytelling in the Medical Humanities in Practice
Klugman Craig M. Poster 1 Graphic Bioethics
Knopes Julia Panel III.B The Environments and Contexts of “Medical” Versus “Health” Humanities
Knox-Russell Alyse Panel VII.E The Living God Downstream: Reproductive Justice and Relational Ontologies
Kolb Rachel Panel IV.E The Deaf Gene’ as Narrative Claim to Heredity: A Discursive Exploration
Kressbach Mikki Panel VI.B Health Humanities and Health Technologies: Opportunities to Define Future Paths
Kuo Hsin-Ju Panel II.E Envisaging a Postgenomic Era: Biocapital and the (Re)Inscription of Female Bodies in a Medicalized Society in MaddAddam Trilogy
Lamb Erin Gentry Panel I.A Data for Diverse and Inclusive Educational Environments
Lamb Susan Panel IV.D Historicizing and Problematizing “Do Everything”: A Verbal Artifact Excavated at the Bedsides of Critical and Palliative Care Patients
Larson Stephanie Panel VI.C Wormy Borders: Public Health Hookworm Narratives and Fictional Accounts of Citizenship and Belonging
Leven Lois Panel VI.E From Classroom to Operating Room: Locating the Heart of Health Humanities
Levy Noemie Panel V.B Story RX: Storytelling in the Medical Humanities in Practice
Libow Jess Panel IV.E ‘We uncertain step’: Dickinson, Blindness, and Physical Education
Loutensock Kristen Panel VII.C Neoliberal Frontiers: Autism, Nationality, and the American West in Rain Man and My Name Is Khan
Love Deborah Panel III.E

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Narrative-based education for worsening prognosis and end-of-life conversations: clinical implications for learning and practice
MacDonald Arlene Panel VI.C Sikh therapeutic geographies and the making of healthy spaces
McCann Ruth Panel VII.C Sleep but not Sleep: Filmic and Literary Imaginings of the Body and Mind in Coma
Meek Heather Panel I.E “In vain all remedies [we] apply”: Anne Finch and the Treatment of Melancholy
Meijer Danielle Panel V.D The Journey of the Wandering Soul: Philosophy, Painting, Dance, and the Question of Personhood
Meirossu Madalina Panel V.C Disabling Surroundings: Exploring Physical Difference in Graphic Novels
Meyer Jon Poster 3 Letting Residents Tell Their Stories: Narrative Medicine as a Means to Reduce Burnout among Internal Medicine Residents
Michel Joanna Panel I.B Refugees, Place, Narrative: Field Research, Literary Study, and Pedagogy
Milbrodt Teresa Panel V.C Dating Websites and Disability Identity: Presentations of the Disabled Self in Online Dating Profiles
Montenegro Monique Panel I.C On Being Creative in Clinical Spaces
Muskievicz Krisann Panel I.A Data for Diverse and Inclusive Educational Environments
Nafiseh Amira Poster 3 Improving Interventions Designed for Pediatric Patients Diagnosed with ADHD and Anxiety
Nash Carol Panel III.C The Role of Doodling for Healthcare Researchers in Enhancing Self-Awareness and Attention While Reducing Anxiety and Depression
Offman Hilary Panel III.E A Psychotherapy Narrative
Ostherr Kirsten Panel VI.B Health Humanities and Health Technologies: Opportunities to Define Future Paths
Patil Shruti Panel I.D Contrived Environments: An Exploration of Kazu Ishiguro’s Abandoned Ideas
Patsavas Aly Panel III.A Refiguring the Cultural Contours of Embodiment: Recent Work in Disability Arts
Piemonte Nicole Panel IV.B Teaching in the Borderlands of Healthcare Education: Can the Humanities be Relevant without Reductionism?
Pigozzi Laura Panel VII.D How social context effects comprehension of health information
Pippitt Karly Panel VI.A Painted Bodies: Practicing the Science of Anatomy and the Art of Human Touch in Medical School
Poirier Therese Panel VI.E Use of Mixed-Methods Approach to Assess the Impact of a Pre-professional Health Humanities Honors Course on Developing Interpersonal Skills
Pompili Melissa Panel III.B The Environments and Contexts of “Medical” Versus “Health” Humanities
Prahlad Anand Plenary-Friday Disability, Race, and the City of Imagination
Press Sarah Panel I.D The Performance and Pedagogy of Standardized Patienthood
Proudfoot Jesse Panel VI.C Traumatic landscapes: two geographies of addiction
Rabelais Em Panel V.E Narratives of the other in dominant social consciousness: Radical redefinitions of experience in the everyday
Ray Keisha Panel I.E Black and sleepless in a non-ideal world
Reda Sheri Panel V.A None of us is as smart as all of us: Working together to create positive outcomes
Romano Pablo Panel V.B Story RX: Storytelling in the Medical Humanities in Practice
Panel VII.B Live Storytelling Workshop: So you want to tell your story?
Ryan Tricia Panel I.D Development of the Health Humanities Curriculum:  Using Professional Healthcare Competencies to Inform Threads
Sample Susan Panel VI.A Painted Bodies: Practicing the Science of Anatomy and the Art of Human Touch in Medical School
Sandahl Carrie Panel III.A Refiguring the Cultural Contours of Embodiment: Recent Work in Disability Arts
Seo Lily Panel I.D Seeing Medicine Through Different Eyes: A Qualitative Study of Nurses’ and Physicians’ Attitudes Towards Hierarchy
Servitje Lorenzo Panel II.E Is the Bacterial Resistome a Hyperobject?
Shaffer Audrey Poster 2 Aesthetics and Anesthetics: Boundaries and Crossings in Poetry and Anesthesia
Shively Stephanie Panel III.D Problematic Language: How the term “burnout” limits attempts to assist struggling physicians
Singer Rebecca Panel VII.A The Entwinement of Practice and Humanities: Perspectives from the Community, the Global Arena and End of Life Care
Sinha Anoushka Panel I.D The waiting room as a space for self-expression in the pediatric primary care setting
Slatus Kerri L. Panel IV.A Intersections in Bioethics and Environmental Ethics
Steeves Peter Panel V.D The Journey of the Wandering Soul: Philosophy, Painting, Dance, and the Question of Personhood
Sufian Sandy Panel I.B Refugees, Place, Narrative: Field Research, Literary Study, and Pedagogy
Thoele David G Panel V.A None of us is as smart as all of us: Working together to create positive outcomes
Volck Brian Panel II.D Misfits and Medicine: Crossing Borders with Shusaku Endo
Volck Brian Panel V.E The trouble with teaching Wendell Berry: Health, land, community, limits, and why we might, like, care
Waples Emily Panel VI.D The Body Hygienic: Environmental Racism and Environmental Health in Nineteenth Century African American Narratives
Waters R. Amerisa Panel IV.D ‘Healthcaring’: Learning to Resist the Logic of Letting Go through Arts-Based Curriculum in a Student-Run Free Clinic
Watson Katie Panel I.D Abortion access as an unrecognized healthcare disparity
White Leonard E. Panel II.C Attending and Attention In Medicine: Mapping Metacognitive Lenses To Neurocognitive Pathways For Patient Storytelling
Poster 5 Drawing Brains: Infusing Neuroscience Education With Health Humanities
Wiliamson Bess Plenary-Saturday From Self-Help to Access: Design and the Struggle for Disability Rights
Williams Anna-leila Panel IV.C The Influence of Time on Meaning: Cancer Family Caregiver Stories
Yi Sandie Panel III.A Refiguring the Cultural Contours of Embodiment: Recent Work in Disability Arts
Zimmermann Ana Panel IV.D ealth professionals’ practices of writing as a technology of the self: values and procedures in contemporaneity