Membership in the Society will expand each year as more senior medical students, residents and faculty members are elected, as student members may remain at UF for residency training, and as persons selected for GHHS membership at other medical schools join the faculty and house staff. As of the 2003-2004 academic year, new student members are identified early during the Fall semester. Chapter members meet during the Fall semester to plan activities for the remainder of the academic year, including possible service projects. An induction banquet will be held during the Spring semester, which will include the presentation of an membership certificate and a GHHS lapel pin from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation. In addition, new student members of the Society shall be recognized by mention of their membership in the Dean’s letters of recommendation, and acknowledgment at graduation.
Society members will be recognized as leaders and role models for humanism in medicine within our institution. This website will describe ongoing Society events and other activities related to humanistic endeavors on the part of our medical students, residents and faculty. The website will also profile medical student, resident and faculty members.
The Chapman Chapter for medical students and the separate resident chapter are supported by funds from the Chapman Foundation. The Advisory council oversees the overall function of these chapters.
View our Bylaws for the Chapman Society. (Requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader).