Blog post by Keisha Ray focuses on anti-fat bias
Reflecting on personal experience, Keisha Ray, PhD, authored a blog post on Bioethics.net about fat bias titled, “Going to the Doctor While Fat.” Ray describes her experience of a doctor’s appointment to discuss her concern with rapid weight gain. Despite…
Angela Polczynski publishes paper with Cathy Rozmus and Nathan Carlin
Angela Polczynski, MBA, Cathy Rozmus, PhD, RN, and Nathan Carlin, PhD recently published a paper entitled, “Beyond Silos: An Interprofessional, Campus-Wide Ethics Education Program.” The paper, published online first by Nursing Ethics, discusses findings of an educational research study conducted…
Piece by Michael Lehner published in Texas Heart Institute Journal
Fourth-year medical student and medical humanities program participant Michael Lehner published recently in the Texas Heart Institute Journal. The piece is titled “Chicken-Fried Steak Changed My Outlook on Medicine,” and serves as a story and personal reflection.
Medical humanities student Ryan Cassidy publishes first-author paper
Graduate student Cassidy’s first-author paper published on the cover of Science Advances Written by: Tracey Barnett The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences student Ryan Cassidy had his first-author paper, “A Lateral Hypothalamus…
Sylvia Villarreal’s poetry prize win featured in 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 year. Villarreal wrote…
Christine Weiseler co-authors piece about accessibility and care for patients with disabilities
Former Center postdoctoral fellow publishes paper about improving accessibility and quality of care for patients with disability.
Sylvia Villarreal wins annual poetry prize
Annals of Internal Medicine awards annual poetry prize to Sylvia Villarreal
Personal narrative published in medical humanities journal
Jonathan Xian publishes personal narrative in Hektoen International.
New blog post by Keisha Ray focuses on aging
Keisha Ray wrote recently a blog post contemplating aging and our responsibilities to our aging families.
Recent commentary by Keisha Ray appears in AJOB
American Journal of Bioethics published recently Keisha Ray’s commentary on intersectionality and power imbalances faced by clinicians of color.