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Lunchtime Symposium: Two Cultures Revisited - How can Arts and Humanities Inform Medical Practice, Research and Education?

Lunchtime Symposium: Two Cultures Revisited - How can Arts and Humanities Inform Medical Practice, Research and Education?

Half century ago, British scientist and novelist C.P. Snow criticized the split intellectual life between sciences and humanities. Fifty years on, the once discredited problem of 'two cultures' appears far worse than Snowâs critique resulted from competitive development strategies of different disciplines in higher education. Online registration: https://goo.gl/cama1x

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 Med Ethics & Humanit Unit, SClinMed

 13th November, 2016

#Education #Humanities #Research #Scientist #Symposium

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