The Social Dimensions of Health Institute invites you to a seminar to discuss themes in a recently published book called Humanising Healthcare: Patterns of Hope for a System under Strain by Margaret Hannah
“Contemporary medicine has lost sight of the central role of human relationships within healthcare. In this profoundly important book, Margaret Hannah explores both the destructive effects of this loss and the ways in which strong interpersonal relationships can be recreated and once again become the foundation of appropriate and affordable healthcare.” Dr Iona Heath, former President of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Light refreshments will be available
A more detailed programme will be sent out to those wishing to attend
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Social Dimensions of Health Institute
The Social Dimensions of Health Institute (SDHI) is an organisation which encompasses the variety of inter-disciplinary health-related research being conducted in both the University of Dundee and the University of St Andrews.
The Social Dimensions of Health Institute is a platform for a broad interdisciplinary research and knowledge exchange network. It brings together researchers with complementary expertise and skill profiles to enhance efforts to understand and explain the social dimensions of health and healthcare.