Creative Writing for Medical Ethics - 1 day Course 2020

Spend a day enhancing your writing skills on a theme of Medical Ethics at our historic Hall!

 Exploring Medical Ethics creatively, through life-writing, fiction, drama and poetry can produce compelling writing and shed light on vexed questions in every-day healthcare.

Led by tutors with many years’ experience in teaching creative writing and medical ethics, this one-day course will include structured writing activities, drawing on your own experiences or known cases, followed by detailed feedback on your pieces and guided discussions on the ethical issues they raise. We will identify a range of writing techniques (including structure, dialogue, using status relationships and creating suspense) and deepen our understanding of medical ethics.

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Faculty of the History and Philosophy of Medicine and Pharmacy

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