First Hub Residency at Wellcome Collection to be led by CMH staff member Felicity Callard with CMH Affiliate Charles Fernyhough in Core Team

The Centre for Medical Humanities (CMH) is delighted to announce that first two-year £1m residency of The Hub at Wellcome Collection will be led by Dr Felicity Callard (Senior Lecturer in CMH and the Department of Geography), with Prof Charles Fernyhough (CMH Affiliate) as one of the core team (along Read more…

Medical Confidentiality and Privacy: Past, present and Future (Symposium, Glasgow, 25-26 April 2014)

Medical Confidentiality and Privacy: Past, present and Future 25th & 26th April 2014 The University of Glasgow This 2-day event will encourage participants, from around the UK and abroad, to consider a range of perspectives on medical confidentiality and privacy. It has been designed to enhance understanding of contemporary areas of Read more…

Reviewer needed: ‘Brains: The Mind as Matter’ (2012) by Marius Kwint and Richard Wingate (Wellcome Collection).

With a view to broadening the scope of medical humanities and established ideas of what this field entails, we are pleased to offer ‘Brains’ for review. Published by the Wellcome Collection,  this book is mindfully and creatively exhibited and would be suited to students, academics, practitioners as well as artists of Read more…

Medical Humanities Showreel – New Video Introduces Cutting-Edge Research Funded by the Wellcome Trust

The Wellcome Trust have just released a short video introducing the medical humanities and profiling projects which are currently supported through a range of funding schemes. Durham University’s Hearing the Voice project is featured from 2’46” – congratulations to CMH affiliate Prof Charles Fernyhough (shown here in conversation with Jacqui Read more…