Hillary A. Ash explains the importance of the study of rhetoric in the medical humanities as part of our ‘MedHums 101’ series. At first glance, it may not be readily apparent how pervasively persuasion
Adam Hayden reviews Nigel Nicholson and Nathan Selden’s The Rhetoric of Medicine: Lessons on Professionalism from Ancient Greece (Oxford University Press, 2019). Co-authors Nigel Nicholson and Nathan Selden might strike you as an odd couple. Nicholson is a
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