Steve Miller Fellows and Speakers

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Breakfast sponsored by The Arnold P. Gold Foundation

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear (and Vice Versa)
    Danielle Ofri, MD, PhD, D Litt(Hon), FACP
    Editor-in-Chief, Bellevue Literary Review
    Author of What Patients Say; What Doctors Hear

Workshop

  • All the Fun Career Options that Your Mentors Never Told You About

Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Stanislaw Gabryszewski (MD/PhD candidate)
    Proposal: “Enhancing Nutrition Education in Medical School through Humanistic Approaches”
  • Dua Hassan (P&S 2018)
    Proposal: “Fighting for Equality in Healthcare: Addressing Health Disparities and Implicit Bias through Medical Education”
  • Katrina Kostro (P&S 2020)
    Proposal: “Meditation and Relaxation Skills Workshop for Medical Students, Patients, and Caregivers: A Shared Practice for Mindfulness, Empathy, and Mutual Healing”
  • Dylan Marshall (P&S 2018)
    Proposal: “Emotional Intelligence: Fostering Relationships Essential to Making the Practice of Medicine Sustainably Meaningful, thus Preventing Medical Student Burnout”

*For more information or to RSVP, please contact Hannah Smolar at hannah.smolar@columbia.edu


 

Friday, October 21, 2016

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • Ethical Dilemmas in Disasters and Emergencies: Observations from a Practitioner turned Reporter
    Sheri Fink, MD, PhD
    Author, Five Days at Memorial
    Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter

Workshop

  • Professional Dilemmas in Emergencies: From Katrina to Ebola and Beyond

Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Amulya Iyer (P&S 2017)
    Exploring the Relationship between Hospitalized Patients and their Medical Students: A Qualitative Study
  • Subha Perni and Lauren Pollack (P&S 2017)
    Moral Distress in Caring for Older Adults during Early Clinical Training
  • Patrick van Nieuwenhuizen (P&S 2017)
    Democratizing Medical Education: An Open Access Platform for Preclinical Sciences

 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • The Pen and the Stethoscope: How Writing Informs the Practice of Medicine
    Abraham Verghese, MD, MACP
    Linda R. Meier and Joan F. Lane Provostial Professor and
    Vice Chair for the Theory and Practice of Medicine
    The School of Medicine at Stanford University

Workshop

  • High Touch in a High Tech Era

Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Jemma Benson (P&S 2018) and Christopher Clayton (P&S 2018)
  • Ana Esteban, MD, Project Mentor
    Digame Bienvenidos: Washington Heights Pre-Orientation Program
  • Erica Cao (P&S 2018)
    Deepthiman Gowda, MD, MPH, Project Mentor
    The Benefits of Music and Service-Learning: An Intervention Program for Medical Students and At-Risk Youth

 

Friday, October 17, 2014

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • Andrew Solomon, PhD
    Professor of Clinical Psycology in Psychiatry
    Author of Far from the Tree and the Noonday Demon

Panel Discussion

  • Andrew Solomon, PhD
  • Bryan Doerries 
    Artistic director of Outside the Wire
  • Debra Winger
    Human rights activist and actor

Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Erin Elbel (P&S 2017)
    Dr. Robert V. Sideli, Project Mentor
    Development & Piloting of an Educational Module for Medical Students in Hospital-Based Interdisciplinary Communication and Quality Improvement
  • Jessica Calihan (P&S 2017)
    Dr. Michael J. Devlin, Project Mentor
    Developing a Humanistic Cross-School Training for Examining Asylum Seekers

 

Friday, October 25, 2013

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • The Mindful Practitioner
    Ronald M. Epstein, MD
    Professor of Family Medicine, Psychiatry, Oncology and Nursing
    Director of the Center for Communication and Disparities Research
    University of Rochester Medical Center

Workshop

  • Promoting Clinician Resilience and Self-Monitoring in the Service of Humanistic Care

Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Zeena Audi (P&S 2014)
    Dr. Marina Catallozzi, Project Mentor
    Lang Scholar Community Ambassador Internship
  • Hannah Roberts (P&S 2016)
    Dr. James Nobel, Project Mentor
    Medical Students’ Perceptions of Dementia Patients
    (before and after attending a non-clinical arts-centered session)
    Learn more about Hannah


 

Friday, October 26, 2012

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • Humanism in Pediatric Death and Bereavement
    Janet Serwint, MD
    Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Pediatric Education
    Associate Pediatrics Training Program Director
    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Workshop

  • Sharing Bad News: Anatomy of the Interchange
    Janet Serwint, MD

Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Jonathan D. Hansen (P&S 2012)
    Dr. Boyd Richards, Project Mentor
    The 21st Century Lecture Hall
  • Lily Mundy (P&S 2015)Katherine Nash (P&S 2015), and Michael Steinhaus (P&S 2015)
    Dr. Christine Krause, Project Mentor
    Washington Heights Immersion Program

 

Friday, October 28, 2011

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • Thoughts on Humanistic Pediatric Leadership: Some “First” Impressions after 17+ Fun-Filled Years as a Pediatric Department Chair and Child Advocate
    Lewis R. First, MD
    Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics
    University of Vermont College of Medicine

Workshop

  • Effective, Efficient and Innovative Teaching Techniques that could make you Teacher of the Year
    Lewis R. First, MD

Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Cecilia Fix (P&S 2014)
    Dr. Delphine Taylor, Project Mentor
    Similarities and Differences between the Health Care System in New York and the Dominican Republic
  • Haley Masterson (P&S 2014)
    Dr. Janice Cutler, Project Mentor
    Assessing the Effect of the P&S Psychiatric Rotation on Student Perceptions of the Mentally Ill

 

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

Sustaining a Lifetime of Professionalism: Stories of Struggle and Success

  • David T. Stern, MD, PhD
    Professor of Medicine and Medical Education
    Vice Chair for Professionalism
    Department of Medicine, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

Workshop

  • You, Who are on the Road, Must Have a Code: The Development of Core Professional Values
    • David T. Stern, MD, PhD
      Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
      Department of Pediatrics, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
    • Andrew Mutnick, MD
      Director, Pediatric Medical Education
      Department of Pediatrics, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Initial Awardees of the Steven Z. Miller Fellowship Winners and Mentors

  • Jon Hatoun (P&S 2012) and Yuna Larrabee (P&S 2011)
    Dr. Paul Lee, Project Mentor
    Ethics: Truth-Telling & the Major Clinical Year (MCY) in Medical School
  • Eliza Miller (P&S 2012)
    Dr. Rita Charon, Project Mentor
    Narrative Medicine Curriculum

 

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

The Inaugural Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine

  • Lessons Learned about Humanism in Leadership
    Marianne Felice, MD
    Chair, Department of Pediatrics
    UMass Memorial Healthcare

Chief of Service Rounds

  • The Two Isms: Humanism and Professionalism
    Steve Ludwig, MD
    Professor and Associate Chair
    Senior Advisor for Medical Education
    The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Launch of the Steven Z. Miller Fellowship