Scottish Medical Humanities is a project that aims to enrich the experience of healthcare practitioners, students and trainees. Their summer event, called “Differing ways of seeing: what medical humanities can offer” took place in St Cecilia’s Hall in Edinburgh last week. It was an evening of performance and discussion to celebrate humanities in healthcare education.

We set up the Poems for Doctors kiosk in the beautiful Music Museum there, and visitors seemed to enjoy taking some quiet moments to listen to several poems.





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