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Welcome to Becca Doggwiler

The Institute for Medical Humanities welcomes Becca Doggwiler, who joins us as Digital and Communications Officer in the Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities.
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Welcome to Alona Snisarenko

Welcome to Alona Snisarenko, who joins us as an administrator in the Discovery Research Platform’s Operations Team
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Welcome to Yundi Guo

A warm welcome to Yundi Guo who joins the Institute for Medical Humanities as General Administrator
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Durham University Global Research Brochure

Our interdisciplinary health research features in Durham’s Global Research Brochure
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The Lancet: Art of Medicine

Announcing a collection of articles on interdisciplinary entanglements in the medical humanities in The Lancet.
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Welcome to Veenu Gupta

A warm welcome to Veenu Gupta who joins the Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities as an Assistant Professor in Lived Experience.
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Medical Humanities International Summer School 2024

We warmly invite applications to our Medical Humanities International Summer School (9-11 September 2024, Vadstena, Sweden) coordinated by the Centre for Medical Humanities and Bioethics at Linköping University in collaboration with Durham's Institute for Medical Humanities.
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Akiko Hart appointed permanent Director of Liberty

Akiko Hart, IMH Professor in Practice and Co-Applicant on our Discovery Research Platform, is now in a permanent position as the Director of Liberty.
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Free Thinking: What is normal?

IMH researchers Louise Creechan and Robert Chapman discuss neurodiversity, disability and madness in an episode of BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking.
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WoMaHN Inaugural Symposium and Key Members Meeting

This week IMH's Professor Cassandra Phoenix will join a group of international scholars at the University of Tilberg for the inaugural symposium and Key Member meeting of the Women’s Marginalised Health Network (WoMaHN), where she will present work from the programme of research she is leading within the IMH and the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences on movement through menopause.
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Narrative & Cognition Lab Events Programme, Jan–June 2024

Announcing the events line-up for the Narrative and Cognition Lab.
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Welcome to David L. Martin

We are delighted to welcome David L. Martin to our Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities.
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