We began this blog in September 2010 as a way of showcasing some of the ideas and activities of the Durham Centre for Medical Humanities.

14 months and 300 posts later, it has grown into a resource for medical humanities researchers, healthcare practitioners and artists from Sussex to Swansea to Scotland, via India, Mexico, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and the USA.

Whether it’s insights into cutting-edge community based arts in health, philosophical reflections on questions of mind body affect, or commentaries on the changing nature of medical and healthcare practice, we hope that this blog offers a taste of the dynamic work that goes in this interdisciplinary field.

As always, we welcome your feedback, and invite your contributions as we head towards the next 300 posts.


2 Comments

Dr Satendra Singh · November 9, 2011 at 3:41 pm

Congratulations! Loved to be part of it

    Centre for Medical Humanities · November 9, 2011 at 3:43 pm

    Thanks Dr Singh! We look forward to future posts from the UCMS.

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