Medical Humanities Conference, The Role of the Theatre and Novel in Developing Resilient Clinicians

Medical Humanities Conference, The Role of the Theatre and Novel in Developing Resilient Clinicians

Royal Society of Medicine, October 5th, London

The Oxford event precedes a medical Humanities Conference at the Royal Society of Medicine, where Samuel Shem and Janet Surrey will join Deborah Bowman and Iain Bamforth in examining the role of the theatre and the novel in developing resilient clinicians and compassionate practice. To book: https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2015-2016/sections/open-section/ong01-the-rsm-medical-humanities-conference-physician-resilience-and-compassionate-practice.aspx

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