The Human Element Project
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CURRENT AND UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS
Assisting doctors and medical students and tourists in learning new techniques and practices - including the importance of compassion and humility. Hospital Delfina Torres de Concha in Esmeraldas.
Helping survivors of the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
Project Vietnam Foundation is a nonprofit humanitarian organization working to create sustainable pediatric healthcare in Vietnam, while providing free healthcare and aid to impoverished rural areas across the country.
Flying Doc's mission is to share the knowledge and experience in Emergency/ Casualty Medicine, Critical Care/ ICU Medicine, Acute Healthcare and Trauma/ Accident Medicine with Healthcare Providers and Patients.
Non profit based in Boston and Kenya that strives to rescue girls between 18-24 from early marriage and female circumcision.
The Memory Reconstruction exhibition at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles chronicles the work of 129 survivors from 14 different countries.
Lori has found a unique niche that manifests as a creative link between art and science. Her work as a physician inspires her as an artist, and her artistic vision inspires her work as a physician.
The mission of the Collaborative is to improve emergency medical care in Ghana through innovative and sustainable physician, nursing, and medical student training programs.Teaching healthcare providers in West Africa the meaning of treating their patients with dignity and compassion.
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Winner! Best in Show!
Through creativity and community, we can change the world.
Molecular and Social Systems: Learning through creative exploration
The Human Element finds a permanent home at DOW Research and Development Technology Center in Collegeville, PA.
The Human Element Project is an interactive, dynamic and creative opportunity to develop thought-provoking art installations that make powerful social statements about the connection between art and science; social, spiritual or biological. Our goal is to create an on-going dialog dedicated to exploring these vital connections through public art installations, exhibitions, hands-on workshops and education.
Integrative Health workshops encourage patients suffering from a variety of diseases to share their experiences. Patients are invited to share the tools they have acquired for coping with their challenges in positive ways. This opportunity for sharing allows patients to support one another in the healing journey. Contact us to host a workshop.
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CONNECTING ART and SCIENCE: SOCIAL, SPIRITUAL AND BIOLOGICAL
Museum of Tolerance -
begins workshops at the Jewish Museum of Maryland in June 19m 2016. Exhibition is scheduled for Yom HaShoah 2017
As part of this project, survivors and their families create "reconstructed memory" collages that express moments of tragedy, loss and survival. This project moves beyond the generalized platitude of “never forget,” to delve into intensely personal stories, honoring the survivor, their families and their journey.
A Sacred Culture Rebuilt
THE ART OF THE STORY
Platt / Borstein Gallery
American Jewish University
May 22 - July 30, 2016
Holocaust Memory Reconstruction Project
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Visit some of the amazing organizations we have worked with around the world. At every opportunity we teach the importance of remembering the Human Element when working with patients and their families.
Living, working and teaching the HUMAN ELEMENT
Westminster Free Clinic serves the uninsured of East Ventura County. Primary care services are located where working poor live and the homeless are fed. Services are offered on Wednesday nights.
Primary care serving east Ventura county's homeless and uninsured
The Health Wagon strives to meet the unique challenges of health care delivery to the medically under-served and indigent in poverty-stricken areas of rural Appalachia. Serving eleven sites in Southwest Virginia’s Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott, and Wise counties on a weekly, biweekly, and monthly basis.
Providing low-cost medical relief services to people in rural villages in Nepal. The bedrock of Helping Hands’ work are the Western medical and non-medical volunteers who bring their talents, expertise, and hard work to help people in need around the world.
Rural healthcare in rural communities surrounding Kathmandu