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HHC Membership

The Health Humanities Consortium is a registered 501(3)c non-profit organization.

Dues will support the hosting institution for spring conferences; conference registration for students; and awards for student conference presentation.

Membership confers a discount on annual conference registration that will be determined annually by the hosting institution. 

Individual Membership

  • Pays annual (July 1 membership year) dues of $100
  • Members get a reduced registration rate for the annual meeting
  • Receive reduced on-line subscription rate for Journal of Medical Humanities** 
  • Subscription to Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation (sign up here)
  • Invitation to attend annual general membership business meeting
  • Members have voting rights on issues presented before the membership
  • Members can serve on the Steering Committee and Working Groups

Institutional Membership

  • Pays annual (July 1 membership year) dues of $1000
  • Institutional memberships include up to 10 individual memberships (which includes all benefits listed under individual membership)
  • 2 complimentary conference registrations (we encourage institutions to use one for a student)
  • Partners are listed as such on the HHC website

Student Membership

  • Pays annual (July 1 membership year) dues of $25
  • Student members get a significantly reduced registration rate for the annual meeting
  • Receive reduced on-line subscription rate for Journal of Medical Humanities** 
  • Subscription to Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation (sign up here)
  • Invitation to attend annual general membership business meeting
  • Members have voting rights on issues presented before the membership
  • Members can serve on the Steering Committee and Working Groups

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About the HHC

The Health Humanities Consortium promotes health humanities scholarship, education, and practices through interdisciplinary methods and theories that focus on the intersection of the arts and humanities, health, illness, and healthcare. 


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