UNMC | Article Submission Options If you're looking to publish an article, UNMC has compiled a list of submission locations for you to consider. There is also a section dedicated to trainees and resident submissions.
NYU | LitMed: Literature, Arts, & Medicine Database The Literature, Arts and Medicine Database (LitMed) is a collection of literature, fine art, visual art and performing art annotations created as a dynamic, comprehensive resource for scholars, educators, students, patients, and others interested in medical humanities.
Stanford | Medicine & the Muse DOC The Directory of Online Content (DOC) is a resource for all interested in the intersections of the arts, humanities, social sciences and health, medicine and bioscience. The website provides a variety of videos, visual material, pedagogic materials, podcasts, and more.
USC | Humanities in Medicine LibGuide The University of South Carolina School of Medicine has curated a collection of resources related to medical humanities, including journals and articles, general medical humanities websites, books, performance arts, and visual arts.
Social Media | MedHumChat Twitter The Medical Humanities Chat (#medhumchat) on Twitter strives to foster reflection, empathy, and connection in healthcare through engagement with the arts and humanities. Colleen M. Farrell, MD, is the founder and host.