Center programs featured in 2017 Year in Review
McGovern Medical School published recently Finding the Silver Lining: After the Storm to chronicle the 2017 year in review. Perhaps the biggest story of the year was Hurricane Harvey, which brought unprecedented flooding to the City of Houston. Amid the tragedy experienced by Houstonians, there were heroes among the UTHealth community who came to others’ rescue and created innovative programs to help us reflect and restore our resilience.
Among these stories, two programs offered by the McGovern Center are featured in the publication:
- Fourth-year elective course, Photography: Suffering and Mindfulness in Medicine, in “Translating Harvey to the Classroom,” presented by Anson Koshy, MD, MBE, and
- The Arts and Resilience Program, a collaboration with the Dean’s Office, in “Enhancing Minds and Bodies Through Arts & Resilience.”