December Issue, featuring Hearing and the Medical Humanities

Dec 2019 Issue CoverEditor’s Note:

Welcome to our December Issue, which includes original research on a variety of medical humanities topics, and three open access articles. In addition the December issue features a Special Section on Hearing and the Medical Humanities, guest edited by Dr. Bonnie Miller, Musculoskeletal Project Manager, NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre MSK Communication Lead, Digital Supervisor IAS, Recruitment Co-ordinator Arthritis Research UK Pain Centre. The section features intend to open discussions that engage with medical, social and cultural models. By so doing it is our hope that it will stimulate rich and fruitful dialogues across the humanities and medicine about the human auditory experience. Finally, December also provides the last of our 2019 Research Forum, Being Well Together. This one looks at interspecies counter-conduct in the history of AIDS. We have been very fortunate this year to have supported such a wide variety of work in the medical humanities, and encourage additional submissions that explore global health, cultural practice, animal and human interaction, and disability studies. We further invite you to return in the New Year for our 2020 focus on accessibility and social justice. May you enjoy a peaceful and restive winter break!

 

December’s Special Issue on Hearing Impairment and the Medical Humanities [read the issue summary]
Bonnie Miller

Culturally shared metaphors expand contemporary concepts of resilience and post-traumatic growth: contrasting an indigenous Brazilian community and a Swiss rural community
Iara Meili, Eva Heim, Andreas Maercker

Phenomenology and its relevance to medical humanities: the example of Hermann Schmitz’s theory of feelings as half-things
Mathias Wirth

‘Master My Demons’: art therapy montage paintings by active-duty military service members with traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress
Marygrace Berberian, Melissa S Walker, Girija Kaimal

Putting the ‘me’ in mechanical: lessons from the mechanical men of health 1928–1948
Catherine Stones

Epilepsy, literature and linguistics: spotlighting subjective symptoms
Jennifer Sanchez-Davies

Using graphic illustrations to uncover how a community of practice can influence the delivery of compassionate healthcare
Trisha Parsons, Deborah Tregunno, Mala Joneja, Nancy Dalgarno, Leslie Flynn

Exploring Gendered Leadership Stereotypes in a Shared Leadership Model in Healthcare: A Case Study [read the article summary]
by Saam Idelji-Tehrani and Muna Al-Jawad

‘Making the Invisible Visible’: an audience response to an art installation representing the complexity of congenital heart disease and heart transplantation
Giovanni Biglino, Sofie Layton, Matthew Lee, Froso Sophocleous, Susannah Hall, Jo Wray

Hearing and the medical humanities: The human auditory experience
Bonnie Millar

Soldiering on: a survey on the lived experience of tinnitus in aged military veterans in the UK
Georgina Burns-O’Connell, David Stockdale, Derek James Hoare

‘The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper’ (WB Yeats): enhancing resilience among deaf young people in South Africa through photography and filmmaking
Alys Young, Lorenzo Ferrarini, Andrew Irving, Claudine Storbeck, Robyn Swannack, Alexandra Tomkins, Shirley Wilson

Lifeworld interpretation of tinnitus
Helen Pryce, Rachel Shaw

Ferments and the AIDS Virus: Interspecies Counter-Conduct in the History of AIDS [read the article summary]
Justin Abraham Linds

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