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Educating Doctors' Senses Through The Medical Humanities


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Introduction1. Medicine making sense: the senses as a system2. 'Out, damned spot!': The abject in medicine, cadaver dissection and education for insensibility 3. How do I smell? 4. From Listening to Hearing5. Medical students learn 'sonic alignment': the medical humanities and listening 6. "How do I look?": from 'looking' to 'seeing' 7. Doing and researching aesthetic work in the visual domain 8. Touch/ Don't touch9. "How do I look?": performativity and identity

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Alan Bleakley is Emeritus Professor at the University of Plymouth's Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK.

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