What can policymakers learn from the humanities?
Professor Stephen Bergman (New York University) and Professor Joshua Hordern of the Healthcare Values Partnership at Oxford University
Tuesday, 29 September 2015, 10am to 12pm
Radcliffe Humanities, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford. Seminar RoomFree - booking required
Meet Samuel Shem, controversial author of ‘The House of God,’ the harrowing and darkly humorous novel about doctors in training, as well many other novels, texts and plays on his first UK speaking tour.
Do you have an interest in healthcare policy or are you a Humanities scholar doing or considering policy-relevant work? Come to this open coffee morning/session to exchange ideas and perspectives with Professor Stephen Bergman (New York University) and Professor Joshua Hordern of the Healthcare Values Partnership at Oxford University as well as others. We will be addressing the vexed issue of the recruitment and retention of the healthcare workforce and what Humanities scholarship can contribute to the discussion.
Kindly supported by the Healthcare Values Partnership and The Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities