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The Student Clinician's Ceremony (SCC) is a transitional experience designed to provide guidance, information and support to third year medical students during their clerkships. The event is developed by members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) with the assistance of the Office of Student Affairs. By providing insight, discussing fears and expectations, and revisiting the oath taken during the White Coat Ceremony, the SCC provides a forum for collective and reflective discussion of the students’ experiences in medicine to date. It also underscores the challenges and imperatives to providing humanistic care to patients at the same time as they are pressed to demonstrate high standards of skill performance.
The SCC also recognizes outstanding residents through the Arnold P. Gold Foundation's Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award. Fourth year students choose up to six residents who have exhibited particularly strong teaching skills and are role models for compassionate, relationship-centered care. Each year students select a keynote speaker who serves as a humanistic role model.
For more information, visit the Gold Foundation website.
In 2011, Twenty-nine students were inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Dr. Ali speaks to the audience at the Student Clinician Ceremony
In 2011, Dr. Blair Grubb addressed the audience with an impassioned keynote speech and call to action.
Past keynote speakers include Dr. William Hablitzel, a 1986 graduate of what was then the Medical College of Ohio. He is also the author of Dying Was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me: Stories of Healing and Wisdom Along Life's Journey.
|Students revisit the Medical Student Pledge of Ethics, which they first recited during their first week as medical students.|