A powerful call-to-action limited by its inability to adequately define ‘compassion’: Lara Ronan, MD, reviews “Compassiononomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring makes a Difference” by Stephen Trezaciak and Anthony Mazzerelli (2019).
Wendy Lowe reviews Anna Harpin’s Madness, Art, and Society: Beyond Illness (Routledge, 2018). Madness, Art and Society provides a comprehensive account of Anna Harpin’s ways of looking at and critiquing the practices of diagnosis and
Laura Savidge, mental health nurse and co-author of the forthcoming study “Nursing a ‘Plague’, A History of HIV & AIDS Care, 1981-1996”, writes: ‘And I can remember seeing what was – he loved chocolate – and
Richard Bates reviews ‘Locating Health: Regional Historical Perspectives on Human Care, 1800-1948, a one-day workshop part of ‘Florence Nightingale Comes Home for 2020’ project. This one-day workshop, held at the University of Nottingham on
Mary Coaten reviews the second congress of the Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research (NNMHR), 20th and 21st September 2018, hosted by The University of Leeds. As a PhD student at Durham University, working
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