Australasian Health & Medical Humanities Launch with Online Symposium | News

Our Australasian Health & Medical Network officially launches on 3 June with an online symposium. Further information and registration details can be found here.

Chaired by Network founder Elizabeth Stephens (UQ), the symposium begins with a lecture by Catherine Mills (Director of the Monash Bioethics Centre, Monash University), on “Experimenting on future children: Early adopters and the ethics of technology innovation in human reproduction. This will be followed by a panel on key activities and programs in the health and medical humanities in Australia by Dr Claire Hooker (Sydney; founder and convenor of the Arts Health Network NSW); Dr Keren Hammerschlag (ANU, founder and convenor of the Visual Medical Humanities network); and Professor Sandra Carr (UWA, founder and convenor of the undergraduate major in Humanities for Health and Medicine at UWA).

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