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Medical Humanities Guide: Getting Started

What is Medical Humanities?

Medical humanities is an interdisciplinary, humanistic, and cultural study of illness, health and disability, with the goal of promoting the interpretation of human factors associated with illness and wellness. This guide is dedicated to the exploration of the intersections and influences between the practice of medicine and the arts. The guide also offers a descriptive list of recommended readings for the Medical Humanities Minor.

Databases

Primary Sources Online

Journals