CFP: How Medical Humanities is Building Bridges to the Future of Medicine
Papers on the topic of the influence of Medical Humanities on the current and changing state of medicine from various areas of study, including bioethics, literature, sociology, anthropology, public health, history, and medical education, are invited to be considered for Drew University’s Transatlantic Connections 3 Conference, an interdisciplinary conference with a dedicated track for Medical Humanities. The three-day conference will take place in Bundoran, Ireland January 13-16, 2016.
Proposals submitted by graduate students, scholars, faculty, and researchers for presentations, performances, and exhibits are welcome and must be received no later than November 6, 2015. The use of multimedia for presentations is encouraged. Proposals must not exceed 350 words, plus a short presenter bio. All presenters must register as conference presenters and pay registration fee. Accepted applicants will be informed no later than November 13, 2015. For more information on the conference, email email@example.com.
Drew University’s Caspersen School of Graduate Studies is part of an intimate liberal arts university in Madison, New Jersey, and the Medical Humanities program offers degrees at the certificate, master’s, and doctoral level. For more information on the program, visit www.drew.edu/graduate/academics/medical-humanities.