As part of our ‘MedHums 101’ series, Blaise Sales explores how the imaginative, reflective and analytical skills of the literary field are a vital component of multidisciplinary approaches to medicine in the 21st Century. For
Rebecca Rosenberg and Benjamin Dalton report on the “Contemporary Women’s Writing and the Medical Humanities Seminar Series, 2020-21” How does contemporary women’s writing—in all of its diverse forms across fiction, poetry, non-fiction, (auto)biography, philosophy,
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