Reports of the Institute Fellow 1973-1974
Pellegrino, Edmund D.
McElhinney, Thomas K.
In June, 1973, the Institute on Human Values in Medicine selected eighteen individuals to whom it awarded its first Fellowships in Human Values and Medicine. Funds for these awards were provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities through its supporting grant to the Institute. The initiation of this fellowship program reflected the Institute's awareness of the need to support faculty development so that appropriately trained persons can be available for emerging programs for teaching human values as part of health professional education. To teach effectively at the interface of medicine and the humanities requires unusual cross-disciplinary skills, and this is the kind of study that the Institute Fellowships were intended to promote.
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Pellegrino, Edmund D.; McElhinney, Thomas K. (Institute of Human Value in Medicine; Society of Health and Human Values, 1977-04)This is the second report from the fellows of the Institute on Human Values in Medicine. This group of thirteen fellows was selected by the Institute Board in April of 1975 and held fellowships in the years 1975 and 1976. ...
Pellegrino, Edmund D.; McElhinney, Thomas K. (Institute of Human Value in Medicine; Society of Health and Human Values, 1978)All Institute fellows have been required to submit a report of their grant activities. This book is a compilation of the reports of and some papers written by the fourth group of fellows to be selected by the Institute. ...
Pellegrino, Edmund D.; McElhinney, Thomas K. (Institute of Human Value in Medicine; Society of Health and Human Values, 1973-10)The 1971 and 1972 sessions of the Institute on Human Values in Medicine were national conferences attended by humanists and medical educators who explored together ways in which human values could be studied in a meaningful, ...