Philosophy in Medical Education: Colloquium on Phenomenology

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This event is a colloquium on teaching phenomenology as part of the philosophy curriculum in medical education

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This event is part of a series on 'Philosophy in Medical Education' organised by the Sowerby Philosophy & Medicine project at King's College London. This online event series will include a one-day conference, a number of colloquia examining selected topics in depth and finally an interdisciplinary workshop on teaching race, gender and bias in medicine.

Philosophy in Medical Education:

Colloquium on Phenomenology

Anthony Vincent Fernandez (KSU) – “Teaching Phenomenology in Clinical Practice: A Conceptual Approach”

Anthony Vincent Fernandez is Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Kent State University. His current research concerns the challenges of applying phenomenology to domains for which it was not intended such as psychology, medicine, race and gender.

Samantha Gallivan (Imperial) – “Using Phenomenologically Informed Qualitative Methods to Explore Surgical Practice”

Samantha Gallivan an orthopaedic surgeon with St George’s Hospital and Deputy Academic Lead for Collaborative Projects at Imperial College London. Her research focuses on understanding tacit and embodied knowing in the expert practice of surgeons, stone carvers and sculptors.

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