The idea behind the project is this: Stories are powerful. They can be used to erase, simplify, dehumanize, and subjugate. But they can also be used to empower, demystify, create empathy, and remind us of the beautiful, messy humanity that binds us to each other. If people in healthcare are going to engage each other in honest, vulnerable conversation about the future of medicine, fostering these gut-level connections is essential.

On Demand Event(s)

Saturday, October 24, 2020, 6:00 pm
Join UCSF physicians Emily Silverman and Ashley McMullen for a conversation about The Nocturnists, a SF-based independent medical storytelling community, and its latest audio docu series, “Stories from a Pandemic” and “Black Voices in Healthcare”.