Lunch & Learn-Illustrating the Art of Medicine

Clinical practice is both an art and a science. The medical/health humanities is an emerging interdisciplinary field that connects medicine, the arts, humanities and the social sciences to develop well-rounded health professionals. During this lecture, we will discuss the roles that the arts and humanities play in health and medicine, while providing examples of the …

Sydney Tancowny - 04 November 2019

Clinical practice is both an art and a science. The medical/health humanities is an emerging interdisciplinary field that connects medicine, the arts, humanities and the social sciences to develop well-rounded health professionals. During this lecture, we will discuss the roles that the arts and humanities play in health and medicine, while providing examples of the research and teaching practices supported by the Arts & Humanities in Health & Medicine (AHHM) program at the University of Alberta.

This is one of a series of events celebrating the legacy of Leonardo da Vinci, 500 years after his death. For more information about the AHHM program, see https://www.ualberta.ca/medicine/programs/ahhm.

Lecturer:
Pamela Brett-MacLean
Director of the Arts & Humanities in Health & Medicine (AHHM) program at the University of Alberta


Tuesday, November 19
12:00 pm

Roger Epp Conference Room, Augustana Campus
Register: rsvp.augustana@ualberta.ca | 780-679-1626
FREE event
$5 lunch available upon registration. Students EAT FREE but must register.