Join us for a Virtual Conference
Health Humanities as a Teaching and Learning Strategy
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
2:45 - 5:15 p.m.
via ZOOM
Advance Registration Required-No Fee to Participate

Sponsored by the AAMC, NEGEA and the
NEGEA Health Humanities Special Interest Group
Conference Schedule
2:45 Welcome
Art Exhibit & Introductions
Once you log onto the conference, enjoy a virtual art exhibit featuring selections from the 2020 Celebration of Visual Art , showcasing the creativity and talent of students, faculty and staff from the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwel l .

Alice Fornari, EdD, RDN , conference co-chair will introduce the program.

3:00 Short Lecture Presentations (each 10 minutes, followed by 5 minute Q&A)
Visual Thinking Strategies for Medical Educators
Margaret Chisolm, MD , Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Educating Faculty: Visual Arts as a Tool
Rachel Dubroff , MD, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University

Finding the Medicine in Stories with Care Partners, People Living with Dementia and
Health Professionals , Megan Voeller, MA , Thomas Jefferson University

Creatively and Collaboratively Addressing the Opioid Crisis: Humanities-Based
Capstone Facilitating Learner Self-Empowerment
Sandeep Kapoor, MD, Zucker School of Medicine

4:00 E-Poster Presentations (each 5 minutes, followed by 5 minute Q&A)
Narrative Medicine: A Webinar as a Teaching Tool
Bronwyn Cooper, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School

The Art of Seeing: The Impact of Art Education on Medical Student and Self-Awareness
Ariella Noorily, BA, Anna Willeme, MFA, Katie Grogan, DMH
NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Utilizing Chamber Music as a Means of Teaching Non-Verbal Communication to
Medical Students
Leo Hall, Wayne State University School of Medicine

4:30 Keynote Presentation
The Fundamental Role of the Arts & Humanities in Medical Education: Insights & Updates from the AAMC & the Scoping Review Team
Lisa Howley, PhD, AAMC
Paul Haidet, MD, MPH, Penn State University College of Medicine

5:00 Closing Remarks
Leigh Ann Holterman, PhD , conference co-chair, will conclude the program.

Wait!! Don't Leave -- Join us for an optional special program feature:
5:30 Theater as a Teaching Tool in Medical Education
Actress/playwright Anna Snapp will perform (live, via ZOOM) scenes from her one woman play, I Found That The Sun Will Rise Tomorrow , an autobiographical play about her bouts with chronic disease, PTSD, depression and an eating disorder. After the performance, Alice Fornari, EdD will lead a discussion on the use of theater in medical education to teach empathy. (30 minutes)
Conference Committee
 Tara Jenner-Donaldson, DMH
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Alice Fornari, EdD, RDN
Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
Leigh Ann Holterman, PhD
The Robert Larner, MD College of Medicine at the University of Vermont
Lisa B. Martin, JD
Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
Angela T. Sweeney, MEd, MA
UMMS - Baystate
Anna-leila Williams, PhD, MPH
Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University
There is no fee to register or participate. All are welcome to attend this conference. Advance registration is required to receive ZOOM link.