We uncovered another gem at “Medflix: The Humane Medicine and Film Blog” where the author, presumably David Elpern as we were unable to locate the “About” page or other back ground information and we are not on Google+, offers mini reviews of movies related to medicine.
According to the submission website:
“Social Science & Medicine provides an international and interdisciplinary forum for the dissemination of research findings, reviews and theory in all areas of common interest to social scientists, health practitioners and policy makers. The journal publishes material relevant to any aspect of health from a wide range of social science disciplines (eg. anthropology, economics, geography, psychology, social epidemiology, social policy and sociology), and material relevant to the social sciences from any of the professions concerned with physical and mental health, and with health care practice, policy and organization. It is particularly keen to publish findings or reviews which are of general interest to an international readership.”
Came across a medical journal by British publisher BMJ this week, “Medical Humanities.” The current issue is June 2013, Volume 39, Issue 1.
The aim of the journal is:
“Medical Humanities aims to encourage a high academic standard for this evolving and developing subject and to enhance professional and public discussion.”
A one hour seminar titled, “What are the medical humanities for?” will be given by Professor Robin Downie, Philosophy, from Glasgow University on Tuesday 30 April, from 5pm to 6pm [11am – 12pm CDT] at the Centre for Medical Humanities, University of Leeds.