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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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Workshop: Medical Humanities and Ageing, 29/06/2015

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: Monday 29th June 2015 Location: Old Committee Room, King’s Building, King’s College London, Strand Campus, Strand, … Continue reading

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NEW! Medical Humanities and Ageing: podcasts and 2nd workshop (29/06/2015)

You can now listen to the four talks delivered at our first workshop on Medical Humanities and Ageing in December 2014 here: Dr Lucy Burke (Manchester Metropolitan University), “The Violence of Care. Love in the Age of Alzheimer’s” Dr Martina … Continue reading

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