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For the Medical Record is a podcast from Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine, hosted by Postdoctoral Fellows Christy Slobogin and Antoine Johnson.
In these episodes, we talk to people affiliated with the Center to discuss their research within the history of medicine and the medical humanities. We ask them why their work matters, and how history and the humanities can help us to better understand debates and practices within medicine and care today.
We would like to thank Karen Klinedinst (Art Director, Graphic Arts) and Courtney Weber (Graphic Designer), based in the Johns Hopkins Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, for creating this logo for our podcast. The background image is a drawing by Max Brödel (1870-1941), the first director of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine. It shows the interior of an ear, making it a perfect image to illustrate our auditory output.
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Audio and overall production by Christy Slobogin