Congratulations to Emory University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program graduate student Amanda Sharp, the winner of the national physical therapy student essay contest co-sponsored by the ACAPT Consortium for the Humanities, Ethics, and Professionalism (CHEP) and JHR! This writing competition is designed to encourage deep thinking by students about the role and value of humanities, ethics, and professionalism in academic training and professional life. The second in an annual series, the CHEP-JHR essay contest offers a creative opportunity to ignite critical reflection in PT students across the nation, to support holistic approaches to patient care. This year’s prompt addressed the often perplexing and difficult situations in clinical care where we are pressed to make value judgments of what is right or wrong, or good or bad. Students were asked to write about a clinical situation or experience that contained an ethical issue that was unsettling, or may have resulted in making an ethical judgment, detailing their thoughts, feelings, and responses. In her essay, “Goodbye, With Love,” Ms. Sharp reflects on lessons learned from her hospice experience with her grandfather as she seeks new insights and understandings during a challenging clinical rotation. Her essay will be published in the Spring 2019 issue of JHR.