The Rise of Autobiographical Medical Poetry and the Medical Humanities

The Rise of Autobiographical Medical Poetry and the Medical Humanities

In this fascinating book, Johanna Emeney examines the global proliferation of new poetry related to illness and medical treatment from the perspective of doctors, patients, and carers in light of the growing popularity of the medical humanities. She provides a close analysis of poetry from New Zealand, the USA, and the UK that deals with […]

Medical School Poetry

Medical School Poetry

These are a collection of poems I wrote through medical school and residency: the lonely nights studying, stress, no sleep, the fear of failure, the new language of medicine, and loves lost and found. Then of decisions, to move West, or move to the beach. I moved to the beach. This is an old shoebox […]