MEDIA and MEDICINE: How to Tell Stories That Make a Difference is an intensive program for those interested in using storytelling to advance health. We welcome healthcare professionals, medical and public health students, journalists, health advocates, bioethicists, foundation staff, hospital administrators, and public health policymakers—anyone interested in telling stories to improve health both here in the US and around the world.
The Media and Medicine: How to Tell Stories that Make a Difference certificate of completion is a fully remote program!
Dr. Neal Baer, Emmy nominated television writer and executive producer, ER, Law & Order SVU, and Designated Survivor.
Dr. Suzanne Koven, Letter to a Young Female Physician (Norton, 2021) and writer in residence for Massachusetts General Hospital.
If you would like to speak with someone about the certificate program, please email the program's associate director, Dr. Jason Silverstein, at jason_silverstein [at] hms.harvard.edu.