HuMed@FWMD


a humanities in medicine hub

Welcome to HuMed, a hub to engage in innovative, multidisciplinary practices in medical humanities. Along with faculty-led workshops, HuMed@FWMD will welcome guest artists from around the country to share their knowledge and best practices in the field of humanities in medicine. The HuMed journal is a medical humanities and creative non-fiction online publication featuring thematic writing, along with other forms of humanities-based contributions from students, faculty, and staff.

 

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Essays & Poetry

Another ‘Q’ Word Day in the Boondocks

Kavneet Kaur, MS3

Character Description Kavneet:  A naïve 3rd year medical student working a shift in a rural Emergency Department at the time of yet another COVID surge....

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Art

Didactics to OR

Sarah Lyon, MS3

paper and ink, tape, and acrylic paint on canvas A Medical Student’s first time scrubbing into the OR. Snippets of everything they learned during didactics...

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Essays & Poetry

Not Another One

Sarah Cheema, MS3

Sometimes I don’t know if I can handle another one. Another uncomfortable pause, another sudden shift in body language, another dance of “did you get...

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Essays & Poetry

Take a moment

Shanice Cox, MS3

Written & Performed by Shanice Cox [audio m4a="https://mdschool.tcu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Take-a-moment….m4a"][/audio]   Take a Moment Chapter I: Obstetrics and Gynecology Take a moment... to breathe Take a moment...to...

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Essays & Poetry

Another ‘Q’ Word Day in the Boondocks

Kavneet Kaur, MS3

Character Description Kavneet:  A naïve 3rd year medical student working a shift in a rural Emergency Department at the time of yet another COVID surge....

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Essays & Poetry

Not Another One

Sarah Cheema, MS3

Sometimes I don’t know if I can handle another one. Another uncomfortable pause, another sudden shift in body language, another dance of “did you get...

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Essays & Poetry

Take a moment

Shanice Cox, MS3

Written & Performed by Shanice Cox [audio m4a="https://mdschool.tcu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Take-a-moment….m4a"][/audio]   Take a Moment Chapter I: Obstetrics and Gynecology Take a moment... to breathe Take a moment...to...

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Essays & Poetry

Feel

Shelby Wildish

Character Description: Medical Student. Female. Late 20s. Eager to learn medicine, self-critical about self-expectations, general baseline tiredness. Wearing hospital issued scrubs, white coat, old worn-out sneakers....

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Do you have a HuMed inspired photography series you'd like to submit? Visit our submission page to send us your ideas or connect with Chase...

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Art

Didactics to OR

Sarah Lyon, MS3

paper and ink, tape, and acrylic paint on canvas A Medical Student’s first time scrubbing into the OR. Snippets of everything they learned during didactics...

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Art

Bones

Lauren Moore, MS2

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Essays & Poetry

Another ‘Q’ Word Day in the Boondocks

Kavneet Kaur, MS3

Character Description Kavneet:  A naïve 3rd year medical student working a shift in a rural Emergency Department at the time of yet another COVID surge....

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Essays & Poetry

Take a moment

Shanice Cox, MS3

Written & Performed by Shanice Cox [audio m4a="https://mdschool.tcu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Take-a-moment….m4a"][/audio]   Take a Moment Chapter I: Obstetrics and Gynecology Take a moment... to breathe Take a moment...to...

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Essays & Poetry

Feel

Shelby Wildish

Character Description: Medical Student. Female. Late 20s. Eager to learn medicine, self-critical about self-expectations, general baseline tiredness. Wearing hospital issued scrubs, white coat, old worn-out sneakers....

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