Considering Bodies — bodies broken, bodies mended, and bodies as seen by others. An Exhibition of Creative Pieces by third-year students on the Intercalated BA in Medical Humanities at the University of Bristol.
Today many of us live indoor lives – but what happens when we lose our bond with the natural world? Lucy, author of Why Our Minds Need The Wild, talks about the scientific evidence emerging to confirm nature’s place at the heart of our psychological wellbeing.
The NHS wants to work with local community groups for a more holistic approach to health. How’s it going to do that? How can you get involved? Discussion with GPs, social prescribing link workers, project leaders, authors, and participants.
The return of the Medical Humanities students’ end-of-year exhibition after a gap of two years, celebrating the students’ creative pieces, & their reflections on the year passed. This year’s theme is ‘Healing the Divide between Medicine and the Humanities’. Includes best selling authors, panels on social prescribing, a piece for the Wall by WERMER.