Eva-Maria Willis, Jamie Smith, and Iris Epstein discuss the increasing use of simulation training in nursing, its implications, and the possibilities of a posthuman perspective.
Alastair Morgan reviews Presence: The Strange Science and True Stories of the Unseen Other by Ben Alderson-Day (Manchester University Press, 2023).
John Launer reflects on the emergence of the ‘Conversations Inviting Change’ narrative medicine training programme
Sayendri Panchadhyayi considers a journey of waiting for recovery from a rare health condition, reflecting on questions of selfhood and fractured time, provoked by the experience of malady.
John Saganty explores the role of music in representing and experiencing the cancer patient perspective
Shane Strachan reflects on the creation, installation and facilitation of arts-based interventions in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The critical medical humanities is a relatively young field, which has repeatedly demonstrated how artist interventions within biomedicine