Virtual Institute—Health Humanities: Dismantling Structural Injustice in Healthcare

Health Humanities: Dismantling Structural Injustice in Healthcare
Endowment for the Humanities Institute for Health Professions Education Faculty
Held virtually from April through October 2024
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

The Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine at Johns Hopkins and Health Humanities at Hopkins EM (H3EM) are excited to announce a faculty development opportunity funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, “Health Humanities: Dismantling Structural Injustice in Healthcare”.

This virtual longitudinal institute will empower health professions faculty to leverage the health humanities in their educational and scholarly practice, while creating a unique community of practice at the forefront of a cutting-edge movement to meaningfully integrate humanities in health professions education. Designed for physicians or nurses involved in health professions education, this course will provide an introduction to the health humanities, structural competency, history and theories of racism in healthcare, and health humanities-based approaches to addressing injustice. Please visit for more details. There is no cost associated with attending this institute. Participants will receive a stipend of $1,100.

Please send any questions to Please note that due to NEH restrictions on applicants, we are not able to extend acceptance to Johns Hopkins affiliates.

Applications are due by March 5, 2024.

Thanks to Network member Dr. Kamna Balhara for sharing this announcement!