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 institutional magazine, The New
Why Nightingale? Ashleigh Blackwood, Leverhulme Research Fellow in English Literature at Northumbria University, suggests that women’s medical history might help us understand the inequalities revealed by the current health crisis.
Arnab Chakraborty argues we should examine histories of healthcare from health workers’ perspectives, and highlights both the collaboration and competition between colonial and Indian medical services in British India. Colonial India presents a
Researchers in the medical humanities are becoming increasingly alert to the potential of visual sources and visual culture. Here Dr Katherine Rawling, Dr Harriet Palfreyman, and Dr Beatriz Pichel discuss their research into medical photography
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