In light of the ongoing and necessary precautions and difficulties related to COVID-19, we will be extending the 25% discount on our usual tuition rates. Standard registration is open through March 12th, space permitting! Click the link for Details and Registration.
While we hope to be able to be together in person again for future workshops, we are excited to share this learning experience for the second time in a virtual format that brings together participants from all over the world for a weekend of intensive skill-building in narrative medicine practice. The narrative medicine faculty and program directors have worked to create an intimate and immersive experience, including lectures, small group work, literature, educational and networking resources, continuing education credits, and direct interaction with narrative medicine faculty. Our format combines live virtual sessions and asynchronous learning modalities to deliver an introduction to the field that provides the same learning, connection, and transformative experience as traditional in-person workshops, while taking into consideration the fatigue and burnout of demanding virtual schedules. This intensive workshop will offer rigorous skill-building in narrative competence and provides an intensive introductory experience to the methods and skills of narrative medicine. These practices are then applicable to unlimited clinical and non-clinical settings. Participants will experience plenary presentations by the founders of the Division of Narrative Medicine in both live and asynchronous formats, and will engage with faculty and each other live via Zoom for interactive presentations, Q&A, and small group work.
We are continuing to offer a 25% percent discount on our usual tuition rates with the understanding that time and resources have increased demands during these difficult few months, as well as an early bird special of $50 off the discounted tuition for those who sign up before March 5th.
Our registration rates and an outline for our virtual weekend schedule and preparatory asynchronous materials are available at the "Details and Registration" link.