Faculty members and others associated with AHHM contribute curricular content and other educational opportunities directed to supporting the development of well-rounded health professionals through integration of arts, humanities, and social science perspectives in education. These contributions exist alongside other ongoing curricular contributions that incorporate medical/ health humanities content directed to humanistic topics and themes.

There are also numerous co-curricular activities that pertain to the medical/ health humanities, such public lectures, exhibitions, performance events, ongoing interest and study groups, conferences, research and publication opportunities. 

In addition to virtual, online opportunities that are open to all, and relevant events organized throughout the University of Alberta, both the AHHM program and the Medical Student Association offer students opportunities for co-curricular M/HH-related exploration and learning. These opportunities are publicized through the AHHM e-News and other listservs, calendar and website postings, and posters.