The Center of Bioethics and Medical Humanities provides assistance in organizing, logistics, finding meeting spaces, and helping with topics and speakers for several interest groups, including:
Purpose: To enhance the knowledge base and proficiency of French medical terminology for clinical use and the practice of medicine in French-speaking areas of humanitarian need.
Advisor: Dr. J.R. Colvin
Purpose: A student-led organization dedicated to celebrating the history of medicine and its development. HMIG is an academic program that is open to students from any of the university's professional programs. HMIG strives to provide students with an opportunity to attend presentations and lectures by physicians who have had a significant impact on medical history. HMIG is also dedicated to providing interested students with available research opportunities tasked with preserving the history of medicine.
Advisor: Dr. Ralph H. Didlake
Purpose: To give medical students an opportunity to incorporate the humanities (history, art, literature, philosophy, etc.) into their study of medicine and inspire them to consider the comprehensive human experience of each patient in their future practice of medicine.
Advisor: Dr. Tarif Bakdash
Purpose: To provide a forum for students to discuss topics regarding the Spanish language, develop skills in interpreting and expressing thoughts and ideas in written and spoken Spanish, and to increase the number of health care providers who can effectively communicate with the institution's Spanish speaking population.
Advisor: Dr. Alan Penman