Monthly Archives: October 2013

‘Writing the Nurse’ Symposium

On Friday the 18th of October, CHH hosted a one-day symposium titled ‘Writing the Nurse.’ The purpose of this day was to bring together those researching nurses’ lives and letters, in order to share methods and discuss materials we have … Continue reading

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Today at King’s! Dr Marcus Hall on ‘The Benefits of Being Parasitized: Symbiosis in World History’

We are very pleased to welcome Dr Marcus Hall, Senior Lecturer at the University of Zurich, for the seminar in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine series, which will be held today, Weds 23 October at 5pm in S8.08, … Continue reading

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Literature and Medicine Seminars Oxford

LIterature and Medicine Seminar Series 2013 1st week (17th October): Patient rights, doctors’ duty: the nature and limits of medical expertise. Professor Janet Radcliffe Richards, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford. 5th week (14 November): … Continue reading

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