Storytelling to Advance Health
The intersection of health and media has never been more pronounced. We now have more media options to share our stories than ever before, allowing us to create compelling narratives that convey both the challenges and the achievements of health care. MEDIA and MEDICINE: How to Tell Stories That Make a Difference is a Harvard Medical School certificate program for those interested in using storytelling to advance health. Led by faculty directors Dr. Neal Baer (award-winning writer and producer of ER, Law & Order SVU, and Designated Survivor) and Dr. Suzanne Koven (Letter to a Young Female Physician and Writer in Residence at Massachusetts General Hospital), this three-part media intensive will give you the tools you need to make an impact.
The next certificate of completion program begins on February 6, 2023.
Applications for the February cohort are due by January 9, 2023,