Taking a humanistic approach to medicine can equip upcoming healthcare and social service professionals with enhanced empathy and awareness towards patients and individuals, while also empowering them with the skills to reflect critically on their own encounters. This minor is well-suited not only for aspiring healthcare providers, but also for students across various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. It caters to those intrigued by delving into areas such as the historical, social, and cultural influences shaping medical institutions and treatments; patient advocacy; medical ethics and law; narrative medicine; as well as art, music, or narrative therapies.


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