Medical Humanities COVID 19 RESOURCES List

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Like many of our readers, we at BMJ Medical Humanities have been diligently following responses to the present pandemic. Much of the blog content has shifted to look at the ways medical humanities and social justice address the crisis, and recent submissions to the journal also reflect the shifting issues around COVID 19 spread and treatment as well as consequent societal upheaval and challenges. We have decided to begin a list of other resources as well, with links to blogs, journals, special issues, or responses that may help our readership. If you would like to see something featured here, please submit them to the blog email (on the submissions page). We will update this list as we received items, and as always, we wish you safe and well.

Solidarity and Care: stories of COVID19, which is a combo of personal stories, poetry, and more focused essays.

Medical and Health Humanities: a special COVID19 issue of Synapsis

WITS Journal of Clinical Medicine: a COVID 19 Special Issue treating conditions in South Africa

Pandemic Praxis: RHiME has launched a new section – Pandemic Praxis for personal reflections on ethical dilemmas that are related to the COVID-19 Pandemic and center around health and humanism. Reflections that are eventually accepted for publication will be accompanied by an ethics commentary. Inaugural pieces:

“All Bodies” – artwork by Michaela Oteri

https://www.rhime.in/ojs/index.php/rhime/article/view/323/312

Commentary by Kristi Kirschner: US perspective

https://www.rhime.in/ojs/index.php/rhime/article/view/349/314

Commentary by Satendra Singh: Indian perspective

https://www.rhime.in/ojs/index.php/rhime/article/view/350/313

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