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Duncan Wilson

symposium. For an overview, see Abi McNiven, ‘Critical Medical Humanities Symposium – Review’. Available online at http:// medicalhumanities.wordpress.com (accessed 6 February 2014). 73 Joan Scott, ‘History-Writing as Critique’, in Jenkins et al. (eds), Manifestos for History, pp. 19–39. 74 See Sheila Jasanoff (ed), States of Knowledge: The Co-Production of Science and the Social Order (London: Routledge, 2004). 75 On the co-production of biological and ethical norms, see Jasanoff, ‘Making the Facts of Life’; Giuseppe Testa, ‘More than Just a Nucleus: Cloning and the

in The making of British bioethics
Applied drama, ‘sympathetic presence’ and person-centred nursing
Matt Jennings, Pat Deeny, and Karl Tizzard-Kleister

demonstrate their clinical skills through evaluation processes like the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), which includes elements of simulation and role play. There has been little crossover to date between the specific practice of health care simulation and the broader social practices of applied drama. Applied drama interventions that do engage with health care training often seek to support the development of creativity and empathy in general terms, in line with the idea that the medical humanities can help to humanise medicine (White, 2009 ; Baxter

in Performing care
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Tania Anne Woloshyn

Nina Jablonski, Living Color: The Biological and Social Meaning of Skin Color ( Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, 2012); Roberta Bivins, ‘ Ideology and Disease Identity: The Politics of Rickets, 1929–1982 ’, Medical Humanities , 40:1 (2014), 3–10. On race and photography, see Tanya Sheehan, Doctored: The Medicine of Photography in Nineteenth-Century America

in Soaking up the rays
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Coreen Anne McGuire

). 3 Carel , H. , and Kidd , I. , ‘ Epistemic Injustice in Healthcare: A Philosophical Analysis ’, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy , 17 : 4 ( 2014 ), 529 – 540 . 4 Scully , J. L. , ‘ From “She Would Say That, Wouldn’t She?” to “Does She Take Sugar?” Epistemic Injustice and Disability ’, International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics , 11 : 1 ( 2018 ), 106 – 124 . 5 Carel , H. , ‘ Breathless: Philosophical Lessons from Respiratory Illness ’, Journal of Medical Humanities , 6 : 1 ( 2014 ), 1 – 6 . 6 See Barnes , E. , The

in Measuring difference, numbering normal
Coreen Anne McGuire

–799. 163 Ibid. 164 ‘Breathlessness’, p. 1140. 165 Malpass , A. , McGuire , C. , and Macnaughton , J. , ‘ The Body Says It: The Difficulty of Measuring and Communicating Sensations of Breathlessness ’, Medical Humanities (under review). 166 Johnson , M. J. , Kanaan , M. , Richardson , G. , Nabb , S.‚ et al., ‘ A Randomised Controlled Trial of Three or One Breathing Technique Training Sessions for Breathlessness in People with Malignant Lung Disease ’, BMC Medicine , 13 : 1 ( 2015 ), 213. 167 Hayen , A. , Herigstad , M. , and Pattinson

in Measuring difference, numbering normal
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Jane Brooks

Africa’, Journal of Medical Humanities 19, 4 (1998): 257–77; Christina Twomey, ‘“Double displacement”: Western nurses return home from Japanese internment camps in Second World War’, Gender and History 21, 3 (2009): 670–84; Roland Sintos Coloma, ‘“White gazes, brown breasts”: Imperial feminism and disciplining desires and bodies in colonial encounters’, Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education 48, 2 (2012): 243–61; Angharad Fletcher, ‘Sisters behind the wire: Reappraising Australian military nursing and internment in the Pacific during

in Negotiating nursing
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Tania Anne Woloshyn

, 22 September 1923, pp. 499–503, at p. 502–3. 30 Reyn, ‘Discussion’, p. 502. 31 See Tania Woloshyn, ‘ Patients Rebuilt: Dr Auguste Rollier’s Heliotherapeutic Portraits, c . 1903–1944 ’, Medical Humanities , 39:1 (2013), 38–46. Rollier insisted, in both the English and French versions

in Soaking up the rays
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Tania Anne Woloshyn

Woloshyn, ‘ Patients Rebuilt: Dr Auguste Rollier’s Heliotherapeutic Portraits, c . 1903–1944 ’, Medical Humanities , 39:1 (2013), 38–46; on the London Hospital, see Anne Kinloch Jamieson, ‘An Intolerable Affliction: A History of Lupus Vulgaris in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Britain’ (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Leeds, 2010), p. 51; and on Treloar’s, see William Treloar

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