Attending to Humanities in Nursing Education

Jessica Vaughn argues for the use of the humanities in nursing education, urging fellow practitioners to empower patients through the medical humanities. As I approach my final year as a

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Object Relations Podcast: Frantz Fanon and Black Consciousness

Samuel Kelly shares episode four of the four-part Object Relations podcast, on the philosopher, psychiatrist and revolutionary Frantz Fanon.

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An Interior Perspective

Through a close reading of a single photograph from the 1980s, architectural historian Megan Brien demonstrates how the spatial dynamics and design features of a hospital ward shaped patient identities

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Storytelling and Chronic Illness – An Evolution of Time and Place

Writer and psychologist Louise Kenward explores the links between illness writing and writing about place, nature and travel. Before I wrote about illness, I wrote about place and travel. I

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