The Medical Humanities and Health Studies Programs prepare undergraduates to understand the broader role and determinants of health and medicine in today’s world. Humanities courses raise questions of how human beings deal with health, medical intervention, illness and death. Social science courses provide insight into the social, economic and cultural contexts of health, illness and health care. Students benefit from the wealth of faculty in Liberal Arts and across the IUPUI campus who have strong teaching and research interests in the area of health care.
*Be sure to check out our related course flyers under course offerings.
Help us congratulate Amy Armogida for receiving the 2016 Medical Humanities Academic Achievement Award!
Click here for Fall 2016 Seminar Schedule
"Family Tree"-Nanny Vonnegut
Voices of Central State Series features the patient perspective on life at Indiana's flagship psychiatric institution, Central State Hospital (1848 -1994). These events are part of a three-part series of programs. Click here for more details.
We work all year round to bring scholars and esteemed guest lecturers from all over the world to IUPUI for our MHHS seminar series and other events. These events add to the rich academic culture of our university, and offer unique opportunities to the students and faculty of IUPUI, as well as the general public of Indiana. To show your support for these programs, please click here. Every donation counts, and it all goes towards keeping the spirit of learning alive in our wonderful community. Thank you!
For a complete listing of available courses, please consult the Registrar’s website, located here.
Medical Humanities & Health Studies Program
425 University Blvd., CA 141
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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