Medical Humanities presents the international conversation around medicine and its engagement with the humanities and arts, social sciences, health policy, medical education, patient experience and the public at large. Led by Dr Brandy Schillace, the journal publishes scholarly and critical articles on a broad range of topics. These include history of medicine, cultures of medicine, disability studies, gender and the body, communities in crisis, bioethics, and public health.
Medical Humanities is an official journal of the Institute of Medical Ethics.
Editor-in-Chief: Brandy Schillace, Cleveland, Ohio USA
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Medical Humanities accepts submissions of a wide range of article types, including Original Reports, Review Essays and Current Controversies.
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