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 University of Melbourne Author 

Title Risk and regulation at the interface of medicine and the arts : dangerous currents / edited by Alan Bleakley, Larry Lynch and Gregg Whelan.

Published [Place of publication not identified] : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017.
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Physical description ix, 249 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 22 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Overview -- Part I: Selected keynotes -- Part II: Performances -- Part III: Histories -- Part IV: For some, just living is a risk -- Part V: Exhibition: at the sharp end of bluntness.
Summary This book brings together an edited selection of presentations from the Association for Medical Humanities (AMH) annual conference 2015, held at Dartington Hall, Devon, UK, June 23-25. The congress entitled, Dangerous currents: risk & regulation at the interface of medicine & the arts, addresses the question, How might innovative performing arts help to develop medical education and practice. It includes papers and accounts of both keynote talks and performances, presenting cutting-edge activity, thinking and research in the medical and health humanities. The volume also offers an archive of a visual arts exhibition focused on surgical themes that ran in conjunction with the conference.
Other author Bleakley, Alan (Alan Douglas), editor.
Lynch, Larry, editor.
Whelan, Gregg, editor.
Subject Medical education -- Congresses.
Arts in education -- Congresses.
Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
ISBN 1443848131
9781443848138
1443898880
9781443898881