Centre for Medical Humanities Sydney: http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/humanities/

The Centre for Medical Humanities in Sydney has just published its January 2011 Newsletter, February 2011 Newsletter, and March 2011 Newsletter.

The Centre, run by the marvellous Dr Claire Hooker, a specialist in the history of health and medicine as well as the medical humanities, plays a central role in coordinating medical humanities activities in Australia and across south-east Asia.

Featured in the newsletter are a number of fascinating CFPs, upcoming events, and insights into the latest course offerings – definitely a recommended read for any antipodean readers of this blog!


2 Comments

Dr. Mehera Bhoir · February 9, 2018 at 9:24 am

please let me know as to how I can enroll for a short term course in medical humanities in any centre in Australia

    mdiclhumanities · February 9, 2018 at 11:22 am

    Thank you for your comment – the CMH blog is based at Durham University, UK, and simply acts as a focal point for Medical Humanities information and events. As such, we cannot advise on course content in other universities, and would suggest you enquire directly at the universities in Australia that interest you.

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