Research as Impact: Talking with Teenagers about Menstruation

Maria Tomlinson reflects on menstrual activism, research as impact and surprising conversations in focus groups with teenagers

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Care, Carers and Covid-19: Reflections on Old Age Care in India

Reflecting upon her panel at the "Old Age Care in Times of Crisis" Conference earlier this year, Sayendri Panchadhyayi shares her ongoing research on old age care, caregiving and Covid-19

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The (in)visibility of human tissue (journey of a dermatological mole)

How does technological innovation in the medical field give rise to new and expert ‘ways of seeing’? Researchers Jojanneke Drogt and Megan Milota, working in collaboration with pathologist Shoko Vos, trace the journey of a dermatological mole ‘in’ and ‘out’ of visibility to reveal different modes of ‘perceiving’ in relation to medical images.

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Rethinking the Humanities in Medical Education

Nicole Piemonte reflects on the role of the humanities in US medical curricula. When it comes to humanists working in medical schools, I am among the very few and very

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