Medical students at Barts and the London School of Medicine are offered an option module in Photography and Medicine. Artist Liz Orton, who delivers the course on behalf of Performing Medicine, reflects on its aims, objectives, and outcomes.
How do researchers respond to the politics, ethics and emotions raised by archival medical images? Michaela Clark reviews the workshop ‘Emotions and Ethics: the Use and Abuse of Historical Images’, organised by AboutFace, 17 June 2020.
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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