Inspiring future health professionals to become holistic care providers and problem solvers.
The University of Arizona Health Sciences is committed to providing a growing selection of programs focused on health and the humanities.
In the ever-changing world of science and medicine, developing critical thinking skills through engaging curricula and studying the arts and humanities can help our medical, nursing, pharmacy and public health students maintain balance and develop resiliency, self-awareness and open communication — qualities essential to a successful career.
El Mirador Project
El Mirador Project is a visionary public arts program that recognizes the transformative power of art in the education and training of compassionate, committed health care professionals, infusing the University of Arizona Health Sciences campus with art and related programming to nurture creativity and empathy in our students, faculty, staff and community.
The Coit Museum of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
A hidden gem on the University of Arizona Health Sciences campus in Tucson, the Coit Museum of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is home to one of the world’s leading pharmacy collections.
Art in Medicine
Art is good medicine for both the artist and the observer. Art is used in the curriculum at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix to help medical students sharpen their skills in observation and description, foster critical thinking and improve communication skills.