Ethics and Medical Humanities Pathway

The Center for the Humanities is pleased to support the Millier School of Medicine's efforts to offer medical students the opportunity to explore humanistic study in the context of their medical education via the EThics and Medical Humanities (EMH) Pathway.

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in 2010 established the Ethics and Medical Humanities Pathway to offer medical students educational opportunities in ethics and the humanities. These opportunities include core coursework, elective experiences, regular faculty mentoring and supervision, and a final project in the student’s area of interest.

The goal of the Pathway is to provide selected medical students with a coherent, substantial, educational experience in ethics and the humanities as they relate to the medical profession.  The vision is an integrated curriculum that enhances the study of clinical medicine by providing educational experiences in a variety of ethics- and humanities-related interests, including art, economics, philosophy, film and theater, history, law, literature and public policy. 


Read more about the pathway and review students' projects here