Educational Programs

Since 1991, The Remen Institute for the Study of Health & Illness (RISHI) has provided education and support for health professionals who aspire to bring their hearts into their work and are dedicated to practicing a medicine of service, human connection and compassionate healing. The programs we have patiently grown from seed now reach deep into the lives of thousands of participants including physicians, physician assistants, nurses and veterinarians; medical, nursing, and veterinary educators; medical, nursing and veterinary students; and others in the healing profession. This transformative education supports participants to hold to their values, their humanity, and their excellence, and to renew their commitment to themselves, to their patients and to their chosen profession. To learn more about our programs, click on links below:

 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

 

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS

“THE FLAME” RESILIENCY PROGRAMS

 

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

FACULTY TRAINING WORKSHOPS

FINDING MEANING GROUPS

  • Overview
  • Finding Meaning in Medicine (FMM)
  • Finding Meaning in Nursing (FMN)
  • Finding Meaning in Residency (FMR)
  • Finding Meaning in Medical Students (FMMS)
  • Finding Meaning in Service Work (FMS) – Interprofessional/Interdisciplinary Groups
  • Finding Meaning in Hospice Work (FMH)

NOTE: In the future we will be developing a FMM Online Forum and will add it under this category

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