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Don’t miss the RSM’s Open Section medical humanities conference which will focus on the relationships between literature, the humanities and healthcare. With renowned speakers in healthcare, literature and psychology, the day meeting will give delegates the opportunity to learn more about how the humanities has impacted medicine, plus there will be an opportunity to participate in a live discussion with Samuel Shem, one of literary medicine’s best known surviving authors, as well as Iain Bamforth, Janet Surrey and Deborah Bowman.

Highlights include:

  • The opportunity to hear from author Samuel Shem who will discuss his literary and academic work, and raise questions with the author
  • The role of the theatre in medical education
  • Staying human– lessons for clinician resilience & compassionate practice
  • How literature has impacted medicine and vice versa
  • The opportunity to meet and network with colleagues with an interest in the medical humanities
  • Book signing (Books kindly supplied by Blackwells)
  • Opportunity to book dinner with speakers on the evening.

Kindly supported by Taylor and Francis Publishing.

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