As part of Trinity College Dublin’s Medical Humanities & Health Initiative Seminar Series 2015-16, Professor Jim Malone, Robert Boyle Professor (Emeritus) of Medical Physics, TCD, will present Science, Medicine, Mystery and Social Consequences: A Reflection on a Painting of Schrodinger. This seminar will take place on Wednesday 11 November 2015 at 6pm in The Long Room Hub, the new building located between the arts block and the old library.
The Trinity College Dublin Medical and Health Humanities Initiative brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines including history, philosophy, sociology, drama, health sciences, religion, cultural studies, arts, literature and languages. These events offer the opportunity to see medicine through the eyes of academics who are concerned with literary, historical, philosophical, aesthetic and technological perspectives of health, illness, disability and practice.
The 2015-16 programme of seminars includes Denis Roche’s Open Window – Creating and Curating a ‘Virtual Window’ to Reduce Hospital Anxiety, Depression & Isolation on 13 January 2016 and Bildung and Spirit: An Important Counterpoint to Patient-Centredness by Dr Geraldyn Hynes (School of Nursing, TCD) on 9 March 2016.
The full series of seminars is available to view at: