Monthly Archives: November 2014

What I learned from the ‘Medical Humanities’ as a doctor from Japan

Our guest blogger, Japanese surgeon Ryoko Narui, tells us about her experience as an MSc Medical Humanities student at the Centre for the Humanities and Health, KCL I was working as a general surgeon in Japan. I mainly operated on … Continue reading

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Workshop: Medical Humanities and Ageing, 10/12/2014

An initiative of the CHCI Medical Humanities Network Program, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation through the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI) Date: Wednesday 10th December 2014 Location: K0.31 (Small Committee Room), King’s Building, King’s College London, … Continue reading

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New book out: From Bench to Bedside, to Track & Field: The Context of Enhancement and its Ethical Relevance

Paperback | 978-0-9889865-4-1 | October 2014 | pp 185 | $24.95 From the back cover: What is it to talk about gene transfer, gene therapy, and gene doping? Is choosing deafness with preimplantation genetic diagnosis an ethical way to carry … Continue reading

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