Humanism in the Health Sciences
Founded in 1996, Humanism in the Health Sciences magazine is a student-led literary and arts journal for Western University of Health Sciences. We accept non-fiction essays, fiction short stories, poetry, fine art and photography submissions from our whole WesternU community. Our mission is to cultivate a diversity of minds, cultures, experiences and points of view in order to enhance the humanistic principles that guide this university’s mission.
It is difficult to find words that can adequately describe the year of 2020. The year had been a year of grief and pain, of revolution and change, of strength and support. We have had to find new ways of coping with the unprecedented amount of panic and sorrow that has come at us without an…
Maybe Now They Will Hear Us
by Olga Friaz Borbon
La Voz de Nuestra Gente
by Latino Medical Student Association
Leading Through Change as a Medical Student During the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Mario Gaddini
PANCE in a Pandemic
by Wendy Lewis
My Mental Health Journey
by Dahae Hwang, MS
by Indudeep Bedi
by Tirin Lutfy
by Sylvia Li
Local Farmer from Chihuahua, Mexico Triggered an Unlikely Cascade of Acts of International Humanism
by Brion Benninger, MD, MSc
Life Lessons Learned While Growing up on a Farm
by Katelyn Reist
Fiction (Short Story)
How the virus changed our vibes
by Anandi Law, BPharm, MS, PhD, FAPhA
by Halley Egnew
How may I refer to you today?
by Halley Egnew
by Hannah Smith
by Corina Pierce
by Mehak Kaur
by Saba Saleem
What is Humanism?
by Debra Nelson
Humanism in the Health Sciences Magazine
We encourage submissions from our whole WesternU community: current and prospective students, faculty, staff, administration, preceptors, advisory council members, donors, alumni, Health Career Ladder students and their parents, and all other interested friends and associates of WesternU.
Gifts to the Yolanda B. Suarez, DO, Humanism Journal Endowment will ensure the continued publication of this award-winning magazine and support scholarships for the student editors.