Blog Curator and Books Editor Opportunity

Blog Curator and Books Editor Opportunity   We have a vacancy for a Blog Curator and Books Editor at Medical Humanities. It is a single, combined role as all book reviews are published on the Blog. The role involves: ·         Commissioning and editing content, including reviews, for the Medical Humanities Blog; ·         Maintaining the Medical […]

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In memory of Dr Sue Eckstein, Editor-in-Chief of Medical Humanities

It is with much sadness that we report the death of Dr Sue Eckstein, the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Medical Humanities. Sue Eckstein was an outstanding appointment. Her commitment to, and expertise in, the health humanities meant that she was the perfect person to lead the journal and we were delighted when she agreed to become Editor. In […]

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Feel yourself slipping down that slippery moral slope? Then take our online poll!

The Editor’s Choice for the June issue of Medical Humanities is an original article by medical student Jason Leiboqwitz entitled “Moral erosion: how can medical professionals safeguard against the slippery slope?” Following his participation in a Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics program, Jason concludes that physicians are as vulnerable to corruption of […]

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Join in our online poll on how individual patient stories have affected the way you practice medicine

New this month to the Medical Humanities website is a series of online polls. The polls will appear once a month and provide an opportunity for you to share with others your experiences and thoughts about the interaction between clinical practice and medical humanities. As well as being asked to answer a simple yes/ no […]

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