Tanya Sheehan draws on her experience of teaching “Medicine and Society” to adolescents in a US summer school in 2021 to explore the value and implications of introducing critical medical humanities into secondary schools.
sarah madoka currie reflects on what Kazu Haga’s new book Healing Resistance has to say about healing, about restorative justice, and about the relationship between activism and academia in medical humanities contexts.
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
Stella Bolaki explores the benefits of using artists’ books in medical humanities education, and argues that the affective and sensory properties of the form allow it to mediate embodied experiences of illness more directly than literary narratives.
Guido Furci reflects on the power of images in his pedagogic practice, and responds to Fiona Johnnstone’s post on the potential of visual culture in the medical humanities. During the last four years, I have had
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