Thursday 18th May
Suttie Centre Lecture Theatre
7 pm – 9.30 pm
Medical Humanities in the curriculum – how did it start?
In the 3rd year of the Medical Undergraduate Curriculum the students have an opportunity to study Medical Humanities. Professor Hamish McKenzie will review the evolution of this change in the curriculum. Several undergraduates will present their work on History of Medicine, Art and Creative Writing.
Medical Humanities – the future?
University of Aberdeen Staff who have been tutors will attend to comment on the work and the benefits of this part of the curriculum. Society Members will take part in the discussion to highlight how observations made by the students are relevant to attitudes and decisions in clinical practice. Dr Leeanne Bodkin will review the approach of other Universities and potential developments.
The cafe in the Suttie Centre will remain open until 7 pm. Parking is available in front of the Polworth Building, entry from Cornhill Road between 6 pm &7 pm. The exit barrier will raise automatically on leaving.
This event is free and open to the public, no booking is required. Directions to the Suttie Centre on the Foresterhill Campus are available here.
Medical Library Team