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'Writing Medicine' Links

posted 2 May 2013, 14:48 by Ally Crockford   [ updated 2 May 2013, 14:48 ]
Those of you who attended tonight's fantastic event, 'Writing Medicine in the City of Literature', (and even some of you who were unable to make it) may be interested in finding out more information about the wonderful authors who offered an insight into their work and their creative process.

And for those of you interested in learning more about the medical humanities, or in attending future medical humanities events here in Edinburgh and nearby, you might find the Edinburgh University Medical Humanities Research Network and the Medical Humanities Research Network Scotland to be valuable resources!

The online profiles for all three authors can be found below:

Nasim Marie Jafry 

Twitter: @Velogubbed

        And more information about M. E. and its difference from CFS can be found here:                                                                             

Tracey S. Rosenberg

Twitter: @tsrosenberg

Alison Summers

Twitter: @Bellesdelettres

        Other works:

Thank you again to everyone who attended and made this such a wonderful and interesting event!