Professor Andrew Lees, renowned neurologist and expert on Parkinson’s disease, reflects movingly on his medical education. Written on the tombstone next to my grandpa’s grave were the words, “In some new brain the sleeping
Specialist Registrar Amy Belfield reflects on Bob Simpson’s essay, ‘Cultural Diversity: Walking the Biomedical Tightrope’. For Simpson’s original essay, click here. For a reflection from Emergency Medicine Registrar Miriam Saey Al Rifai, click here. For a reflection from academic neurologist and
Marie Allitt reviews Alan Bleakley’s Educating Doctors’ Senses Through the Medical Humanities: “How do I look?” (Routledge: 2020). Building on many years as professor of medical humanities in medical education, Alan Bleakley’s Educating Doctors’ Senses Through
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