Clinical Practice and the Value of Narrative (NHS Workshop, Leeds, April 24 2013)

I am delighted to have been invited by Stuart Murray to co-present at an upcoming workshop on narrative in clinical practice. Places are still available for this CPD-accredited course and bookings can be made here.

Clinical Practice and the Value of Narrative

Clinical Practice and the Value of Narrative

Date: Wednesday 24 April 2013

Location: Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities, School of English, University of Leeds, Cavendish Road, Leeds LS2 9JT

Presented by Professor Stuart Murray, School of English and Leeds Centre for Medical, Humanities, University of Leeds and; Professor Brendan Stone, School of English and Sheffield Centre for Medical Humanities, University of Sheffield.

This seminar will look at the ways in which narratives of medicine and health function in the day-to-day world of everyday health, in areas such as assessment, diagnosis, treatment and user experience; and the engaged nature of these narratives as they work in the world of healthcare.

This seminar is presented in partnership with the University of Leeds and Arts and Minds Network. To book please click here.

About Angela Woods

Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham University
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