Learning how to listen

Megan Griffin explores how the listening skills gained as a professional musician have benefited her practice as a medical doctor.

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Prescribing Restraint: Patient Liberty and Movement in the Insane Asylum

Vesna Curlic explores the debates around patient liberty and restraint in asylum spaces In 1890, an anonymous patient at Crichton Royal Hospital in Dumfries, Scotland wrote a piece for the

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With/For/About 2020

Unapologetic Coughing. By Nurri Kim We have been living through months of online-intensity. Since the beginning of lockdown in late March, most of us have moved our lives into the

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‘Pastoral Aesthetics’: Book Review

Adam Hayden reviews Nathan Carlin's Pastoral Aesthetics: A theological perspective on principlist bioethics (Oxford University Press: 2019). Nathan Carlin’s Pastoral Aesthetics is a synthesizing project that brings bioethics together with his professional

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