Events @ Medical Humanities


Events @ Medical Humanities

The Medical and Health Humanities program at the Caspersen School for Graduate Studies holds numerous events throughout the year. We invite anyone who is interested to participate in our programming!

Current Events

Medical & Health Humanities Symposium
Creating Cultures of Trust and Equity for People Living with Sickle Cell Disease
Tuesday, November 1 | 1-6 p.m. ET
Founders Room, Mead Hall, Drew University and Online
Register for this in-person and virtual event

This symposium examines ways to improve trust, respect, and equity of access to trials and treatments for people who live with Sickle cell disease.

Join us in person or online as we explore biopharmaceutical and ethical perspectives as they relate to the everyday experiences of people with SCD. The symposium encourages dialogue between science and humanities speakers. We invite you to contribute to our understanding of the experiences of people living with sickle cell disease and their aspirations of improved future treatments.

You may choose to join us for the full day or for as many sessions as your schedule will allow.

Past Events