Tag Archives: Narrative medicine

“Dépréshen and Its Narratives: Psychiatric Futures and Generational Memory in Iran” on April 2nd with Orkideh Behrouzan at Institute for Middle East Studies

IMES Lecture Series Dépréshen and Its Narratives: Psychiatric Futures and Generational Memory in Iran. With Orkideh Behrouzan Orkideh Behrouzan is a physician and medical anthropologist, specializing in anthropology of biomedicine and biotechnologies, comparative analysis of medical professional cultures with a focus … Continue reading

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One Day Conference March 24th: Patients’ Experience and Expectations Following Major Illness or Injury

When: Tuesday 24th March, 10am-4.30pm Where: The King’s Fund, London, 11-13 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0AN Most people at some stage in their lives have the experience of recovering from a serious illness or injury. The phrase ‘getting back to normal’ is … Continue reading

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