New poem by Sylvia Villarreal published
The October 2021 issue of Annals of Internal Medicine features the latest poem by Sylvia Villarreal. The poem, entitled “Borne,” shares the poet’s reflections on the experience of becoming a grandparent for the first time.
Sylvia Villarreal’s poetry prize win featured in Scoop
Cross-posted from Scoop Sylvia Villarreal, MEd, MPH, project manager of the Sacred Vocation Program at McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics, is the winner of the Annals of Internal Medicine’s 2018 Poetry Prize for the best poem published throughout the…
Sylvia Villarreal wins annual poetry prize
Annals of Internal Medicine awards annual poetry prize to Sylvia Villarreal
Project by dental student in humanities program receives national recognition
Anacristina Chapa, DonBosco Dan, and Tyler Nguyen received recognition for their video project by the National Academy of Medicine. Chapa is also a member of the Center’s Clinical Humanities Certificate Program for students of the UTHealth School of Dentistry: Project…
Poem by Sylvia Villarreal appears in Annals of Internal Medicine
“Provisions” published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
“All Clear,” a poem by Sylvia Villarreal published
Sylvia Villarreal’s poem “All Clear” published in Journal of Medical Humanities.
Arts & Resilience series kicks-off with Fady Joudah
Fady Joudah, M.D., presented his poems at the first Arts and Resilience event.
Latest poem by Woods Nash published
“Song for Pollock,” written by Woods Nash was published in JAMA.
Poem recently published by adjunct faculty member, Woods Nash
“Sovereign and Severe,” a poem by Woods Nash, appears in Intima.
Book review by Woods Nash published recently
Woods Nash’s review appears in the Journal of Medical Humanities.