In the spirit of the inaugural Cafe’ Scientifique that took place last Thursday at King’s College, London, with the aim to bring together the different and increasingly overlapping communities of the Centre for the Humanities and Health (CHH), Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine (CHOSTMS) and the Department of Social Science Health and Medicine to begin a conversation to scope out the synergies and common ground between these scholarly domains, we are pleased to announce the launch of the new blog of the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine (SSHM). You can see the new blog here.
In addition, we are pleased to announce that Dr Hanna Kienzler runs a Speaker Seminar Series at SSHM: if you are interested in speaking in this series, you can contact Hanna at email@example.com
Dr Stuart Hogarth will be the next speaker of the series on December 4th, with a seminar titled “Why does everyone hate Myriad Genetics but no-one has ever heard of Digene?“.
- @NeilVickers2’s review of John Forrester’s Thinking in Cases is now available on the BMJ website. Read it here: bit.ly/2jh03IK 3 months ago
- Read Neil Vickers’ review of Josie Billington’s Is Literature Healthy? here: bit.ly/2gknLCY 5 months ago
- Come and hear Brett Kahr and Booker-nominated novelist Deborah Levy talk about Winnicott and play on 18 Oct: bit.ly/2cSuC1M 6 months ago