Age, Ability and Healthcare
A Summer Seminar Jointly Sponsored by Hiram College Center for Literature and Medicine and Northeast Ohio Medical University
Thursday & Friday, July 17th and 18th
Hiram College (Hiram, OH)
Featuring sessions led by:
- Anne Basting – Professor of Theatre, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee's Peck School of the Arts and Founder, President of TimeSlips Creative Storytelling
- Thomas Cole – Director, McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston
- Rebecca Garden – Associate Professor of Bioethics and Humanities, SUNY Upstate Medical University
- Laurie Clements Lambeth – Award-Winning Poet and Faculty in Medicine and Society at the University of Houston's Honors College
With small group discussions facilitated by:
- Sarah Berry – Assistant Professor of Biomedical Humanities, Hiram College Center for Literature and Medicine
- Michael Blackie – Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University
- Harold Braswell – Assistant Professor of Health Care Ethics, St. Louis University
- Gretchen Case – Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics and Humanities, University of Utah School of Medicine
- Andrea Charise – Assistant Professor of Health Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough/Post-Doctoral Fellow in Residence, University of Iowa’s Obermann Center for Advanced Studies
- Aimi Hamraie – Assistant Professor of Medicine, Health and Society, Vanderbilt University’s Center for Medicine, Health, & Society
- Erin Lamb – Assistant Professor of Biomedical Humanities, Hiram College Center for Literature and Medicine
- Leni Marshall – Faculty, Department of English and Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Stout
This two-day seminar, with built-in opportunities for intimate discussion, will engage healthcare practitioners and medical humanities scholars in addressing ageism and ableism in the clinic and in the classroom. Participants may register for separate sessions or to attend the full two days of presentations. Three hours of Continuing Professional Education credit will be available for each individual session, making a total of 12 possible hours for the entire seminar.
For a downloadable version of the schedule with costs, please click here.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) through the co/joint sponsorship of Northeast Ohio Medical University and Hiram College Center for Literature and Medicine. Northeast Ohio Medical University is accredited by the ACCME and the ACPE to provide continuing education for physicians and pharmacists.
Northeast Ohio Medical University designates this live activity for a maximum of 12.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Nurses may use AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ awarded by ACCME accredited providers for licensure renewal.
Each of the four application based activities will award 3.0 contact hours (.3 CEUs of continuing pharmacy education).
SESSION ACPE UAN
Session I 0479-9999-14-117-L04-P
Session II 0479-9999-14-118-L04-P
Session III 0479-9999-14-119-L04-P
Session IV 0479-9999-14-120-L04-P
Participants will be required to complete a program evaluation form upon completion of each session.
We have also applied for CE credit for Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists but we cannot yet guarantee that this CE credit will be approved.
To register for the conference and on-campus accommodations, please contact Erin Gentry Lamb at or 330-569-6139.
View a schedule of events.
THURSDAY NIGHT SCREENING OF THE PENELOPE PROJECT WITH ANNE BASTING
This documentary features a long term care facility, a group of students and a theater company who dared to raise the bar on bingo. Can they work together to stage a play based on Homer’s Odyssey? Can they inspire us all to rewrite the odyssey of aging in our own lives?