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The IHR and the Center for Humanities in Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Arizona invite you to join us for the next event in our ongoing collaboration, the Imagining Health Project. This year, we have chosen to facilitate programs clustered around the theme of resilience - a concept that has helped build new questions about health for individuals, communities, and the physical environments we share.
It prompts us to address expansive questions:
Which qualities that promote resilience in individuals are innate, and which can be fostered in communities and networks of care?
What social determinants contribute to or inhibit the resilience of patients in healthcare settings?
How do narratives of illness or value systems influence resilience in individuals and communities?
In what ways does promoting resilience depend upon accepting vulnerability and limits to our mortality and autonomy, and how can we open dialogues about accepting those limits?
Bringing together scholars from ASU as well as researchers and medical staff from Mayo Clinic in Arizona, "The Art and Science of Resilience" will showcase innovative research and diverse perspectives on resilience and will be open to all ASU and Mayo Clinic faculty and staff.
Panelists to Include:
Larry R. Bergstrom, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Consultative Medicine, Mayo Clinic in Arizona
Olga Idriss Davis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Arizona State University
Sally Kitch, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Humanities Research, University Professor of Women and Gender Studies, School of Social Transformation, Distinguished Sustainability Scientist, Wrigley Global Institute for Sustainability
Cynthia M. Stonnington, M.D., Chair, Department of Psychiatry & Psychology, Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Mayo Clinic in Arizona
Stephani Etheridge Woodson, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Associate Director, School of Film, Dance and Theatre, Herberger College of Design and the Arts, Arizona State University
Moderator at Mayo Clinic:
Cora Fox, Ph.D., Associate Director, Institute for Humanities Research, Associate Professor, Department of English, Arizona State University
Moderator at ASU Downtown:
Teri Pipe, Ph.D., Dean and Professor, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Arizona State University
Moderator at ASU Tempe:
Mark Lussier, Ph.D., Chair and Professor, Department of English, Arizona State University
Please RSVP as soon as possible! Spaces are limited.
Please RSVP for the ASU Downtown event location [here].
Please RSVP for the ASU Tempe event location [here].