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Medical Humanities Sheffield (MHS) is a cross-disciplinary environment enabling teaching and research at the interface between medicine, science, humanities and social science.
Medical Humanities Sheffield (MHS) is a cross-disciplinary environment enabling teaching and research at the interface between medicine, science, humanities and social science.

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A New Year and a new look! We've just refreshed the design of our Medical Humanities website... #medicalhumanities

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A selection of videos from this years MHS lecture series are now available on our website. #medhum #medhumanities 

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April 16 - June 20, The University of Liverpool’s School of Arts, and the School of Histories, Languages and Cultures, will host the U.S. National Library of Medicine travelling exhibition: 'Life and Limb: the Toll of the American Civil War'

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A draft schedule for the next Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research workshop to be held at +The University of Sheffield - 10 June 2015.

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The RECONNECT - ART AND SCIENCE SEMINAR will explore the relationship between science and art in today’s world. This is taking place Wednesday March 11th, 10am-2pm at the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (385a Glossop Road, S10 2HQ).

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Today is our 8th 'Windows into Research' class for UoS staff and students - 4pm in the Jessop West Exhibition Space. The three presentations at this session will be delivered by: Dylan Yamada-Rice and Elizabeth Wood (Education) + Kerry Montgomery (Psychology) + Vanessa Campanacho (Archaeology).

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Dr Angela Woods (Durham University) will be delivering our first 2014-15 lecture today at 6pm in the Firth Court Council Room. Angela will be speaking on 'Conundrums, confounds and cacophonies: 'Medical Humanities’ perspectives on the phenomenology of auditory verbal hallucinations'. All are welcome!

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The Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research Inaugural Workshop is taking place on Tuesday 16th September at Hatfield College, Durham University. Register now to reserve your place!

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Michelle Winslow and Sam Smith lead an oral history project at The Sheffield Macmillan Unit for Palliative Care. Together with project volunteers, they have been making oral history recordings with people in the unit since 2007 with funding from Friends of the Northern General Hospital, Sheffield Hospitals Charity and Macmillan Cancer Support. We caught up with Michelle and Sam to find out more about this inspiring project... #medicalhumanities   #oralhistory   #palliativecare  
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