THE OSLER SOCIETY
Winter/Spring 2021 Newsletter
A Humanities in Medicine Program
Please join us for upcoming events!
The Zucker School of Medicine's Osler Society and Hematology/Oncology Interest Group
in conjunction with
Hofstra University’s Disability Studies Program and Drama and Dance Department
present a
Musical Interview
with actress, singer, songwriter, and director
Anita Hollander

Anita Hollander lost her leg to cancer in 1977. Returning to rehearsals just weeks after the amputation of her leg, she went on to have a successful international musical theater career, starring in many New York shows, including her own funny and moving one-woman show, Still Standing. Anita will share her story of resilience, and how her music and art has helped her heal.
Anita Hollander is “provocative, funny, moving, communicative and beautifully polished…She has a wide range of vocal colors which she uses with dramatic sensitivity as well as comic insight… All this plus a charming presence that flavors everything she do."
The New York Times
"The artist allows us to see the world in a new way. The artist gives us hope, reminds us we're not alone, and gives us valuable insights into the human condition. The artist can heal. The artist inspires." Anita Hollander
Thursday, January 21, 2021
6-7:30 p.m. via ZOOM
Musical Interview followed by Q&A/Discussion
No fee to attend. All are welcome. RSVP to register and receive ZOOM link.
The Zucker School of Medicine's Osler Society and the
Ophthalmology Special Interest Group
along with the
Northwell Health Department of Ophthalmology, Northwell Health Eye Institute and Hofstra University’s Disability Studies Program and Student Access Services

are proud to present
An evening of music
Thriving with Blindness
Danny Kean, Live In Concert!

Danny Kean is an accomplished singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and actor with perfect pitch, who has been blind since birth. Danny has released several albums, toured internationally, and has been inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame. Join us for a concert, discussion and Q&A.

(If consistent with health advisories, this program will be held live at the Zucker School of Medicine with a virtual option; otherwise it will be entirely live via ZOOM. Either way, please register with the ZOOM link and we will advise all registrants as the date gets closer.)
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
6-8 p.m. via ZOOM
No fee to attend. Advance registration required.
Introducing
Fireside Chats
Medical Humanities sessions in art, literature, poetry, music and more, each session led by a different faculty member

8-9p.m. via ZOOM
Join as often as you would like.
7th Annual Celebration of Visual Art
 Submit your artwork for our annual art exhibit!
Due to COVID-19, this year's exhibit will be virtual -- a slide show at the school and on its website, with a smaller exhibit of select pieces if conditions allow.
Open to faculty, students and staff of Northwell Health,
Hofstra University, and the Zucker School of Medicine.
Deadline for submission: January 29, 2021. See Submission Form for more details.
Open to students, faculty, and staff of Northwell Health, Hofstra University,
and the Zucker School of Medicine.
During these challenging times, members of our Zucker School of Medicine, Hofstra and Northwell Health communities have shared their experiences, thoughts and reflections. We hope that you enjoy reading them and that you will consider sharing your own reflections for publication on our website.
For more information, to get involved or to make a suggestion,
please contact Lisa Martin at lisa.martin@hofstra.edu.