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Last month, the Imagining Health Project represented ASU humanities research on “resilience” at the 3rd annual Mayo Clinic Humanities in Medicine Symposium, held for the first time at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. There, Professor Cora Fox, Imagining Health Project co-leader and Interim Director of the IHR, and Dr. Richard Caselli, Professor of Neurology and Associate Director and Clinical Core Director of the Alzheimer’s Disease Center at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, leveraged clinical and community experiences to define and conceptualize the importance of “Creativity and Resilience” in health care. Projects spanning a multitude of departments at ASU were also featured, including:
This event was facilitated by ASU faculty, Mayo Clinic staff, and a Barrett honors student, Arathi Kulkarni. ASU Institute for Humanities Research is also planning future events in collaboration with Mayo Clinic in Arizona this spring, including an outreach event on resilience that will bring researchers, clinicians and community leaders together to address the centrality and limits of resilience as a goal for health and healthcare.