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Humanities in Medicine Program Records
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The Program for Humanities in Medicine is a University-wide program directed by Dr. Colleen Wallace and dedicated to providing students with a broadened exposure to areas other than the biological sciences during their medical education. The mission of the program is to generate an appreciation of the relationship of human experience, culture, institutions and values to medicine and thereby help to educate professionals who will apply that understanding to their activities as practicing physicians, researchers, educators, and medical administrators. This program is an enhancement of an already strong curriculum to prepare medical students to pursue their professional careers more effectively. It takes a major role in the Practice of Medicine course integrated over the first three years of medical school. In addition, all students take one to two Humanities electives during their first year, and several electives are offered during the fourth year for interested students as well.
*Source: Washington University School of Medicine Bulletin, 2016-2017, page 154 and Washington University School of Medicine Bulletin, 1993-1994, page 14.
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