Monthly Archives: June 2015

Workshop: The Other Senses in Literature and Medicine, 29-31 July 2015

This workshop investigates the role of multimodal perceptions in communications about the living, human body in medical and literary culture. The overarching aim is to harness interdisciplinary approaches to, and help to reevaluate, the role of human senses in these fields. … Continue reading

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Stephen Buetow, “How does person-centred medicine differ from patient-centred medicine?” (16/06/15)

Join us on Tuesday 16th June 2015 for Professor Buetow‘s seminar: How does person-centred medicine differ from patient-centred medicine? Medicine faces a crisis of depersonalization, scientism and unsustainable costs, which cannot be solved by subprime national initiatives to produce, from … Continue reading

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