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Healthcare Stories 2024: Promise
Mark your calendars for February 1, 2024! The Resiliency Center and the Center for Health Ethics, Arts, and Humanities are gearing up for the sixth Healthcare Stories event at Kingsbury Hall. This year's captivating theme, "Promise," invites healthcare professionals, patients, and community members to explore futures imagined, unexpected journeys, and transformative relationships.

February 1, 2024, UtahPresents, the Resiliency Center and the Center for Health Ethics, Arts, and Humanities will present the sixth in the series of Healthcare Stories at Kingsbury Hall. This year’s theme will be “Promise.” Stories might address imagined futures, potential pathways, new opportunities, vows, commitments, and moments of growth, as well as journeys that took unexpected detours and relationships that changed.

We are pleased to announce the storytellers for Healthcare Stories: Promise, which have been selected from across our healthcare community, including clinicians, patients, family members, staff, faculty and students.


Tickets to Healthcare Stories: Promise can be purchased here.

Here are some national and local storytelling resources that inspire us: The MothThe NocturnistsThe Bee.

2023 Storytellers

Marc Babitz, MD, Retired Family Physician

Charity Christensen, PA-C, Assistant Professor

Patrick Becker, MPA, Volunteer Services Supervisor, University of Utah Hospital

Donna Branson, Director of Patient and Public Education, Huntsman Cancer Institute

José Rodriguez, MD, FAAFP, Associate Vice President for Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Professor

Beth Vukin, MD, Associate Professor

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