BCM to pilot resident humanism society
BCM has been selected to become a pilot resident chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. The Society honors medical students, residents, physician-teachers and others for demonstrated excellence in clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service.
As one of 10 resident pilot chapters in the country, BCM Gold Society residents will develop initiatives focusing on the role of compassion in medicine for residents across BCM's 88 GME programs. They will also host gatherings for residents and faculty and collaborate with the medical student chapter to further emphasize the critical role of compassion in medicine.
Dr. Charity Evans, a graduating BCM surgery resident, worked with faculty advisor Dr. Ayesha Mian to get this GHHS chapter started for BCM residents.