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Narrative Medicine Workshop

October 28, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

The HHIVE Lab is hosting another workshop for UNC undergraduate students on Thursday!

Narrative Medicine Workshop

Thursday, October 28 from 6:00-7:30pm on Zoom

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*Note: Space is limited to 12 participants; register now to reserve your spot.

What is Narrative Medicine? What is it like to participate in a workshop and how can you use Narrative Medicine (NM) in health humanities and medicine? Join medical students and NM graduates, Sarah Holdren and Yoshiko Iwai, for an introductory virtual NM workshop.

Prior to starting at UNC School of Medicine, Sarah and Yoshiko were dually awarded the Columbia Narrative Medicine Fellowship which they used to pilot anti-racism NM programs for medical students and faculty at UNC. These programs have been sponsored by the Academy of Educators, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Gold Humanism Honors Society. Their work on anti-racist NM methods have been presented at the AMA ChangeMedEd Conference, Gold Humanism Honor Society Conference on Humanism and Healing, and International Conference on Communication in Healthcare. They are excited to hold NM workshops and discuss the field of NM in collaboration with HHIVE.

The HHIVE Lab is a hub for interdisciplinary health humanities research, curriculum, and programming. To learn more about the lab and our programs, please visit our website.

Question? Contact HHIVE Lab Career Coach, Sarah Lofstrom at


October 28, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm