June 2, 2022

Making Space for Social Medicine in Medical School Curricula: Transnational Perspectives and Pedagogy

Critical Global Health Studies / Critical Pedagogies of Health and Society

Title: Making Space for Social Medicine in Medical School Curricula: Transnational Perspectives and Pedagogy What: Online Global Social Medicine Workshop When: June 1-2, 2022 For more info: https://globalsocialmedicine.org/online-workshop-making-space-for-social-medicine-inn-medical-school-curricula-transnational-perspectives-and-pedagogy/ Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/global-social-medicine-network-online-workshop-tickets-319707332237 Focus: Illness and healing can never fully be separated from social context. Yet while medical education around the world has legible standards for bioscientific subject materials, we are far more uneven in how we teach the social sciences necessary for the study of health and medicine. This event, sponsored by the Global Social Medicine Network, brings together educators from four continents on the challenges and opportunities for teaching social medicine in the 21st century....

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June 1, 2022

Making Space for Social Medicine in Medical School Curricula: Transnational Perspectives and Pedagogy

Critical Global Health Studies / Critical Pedagogies of Health and Society

Title: Making Space for Social Medicine in Medical School Curricula: Transnational Perspectives and Pedagogy What: Online Global Social Medicine Workshop When: June 1-2, 2022 For more info: https://globalsocialmedicine.org/online-workshop-making-space-for-social-medicine-inn-medical-school-curricula-transnational-perspectives-and-pedagogy/ Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/global-social-medicine-network-online-workshop-tickets-319707332237 Focus: Illness and healing can never fully be separated from social context. Yet while medical education around the world has legible standards for bioscientific subject materials, we are far more uneven in how we teach the social sciences necessary for the study of health and medicine. This event, sponsored by the Global Social Medicine Network, brings together educators from four continents on the challenges and opportunities for teaching social medicine in the 21st century....

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May 6, 2022
9:30 am / 6:00 pm

Conference: Reckoning with Race & Racism in Academic Medicine

Critical Pedagogies of Health and Society / Media, Data, & Health / Race, Racism, & Health / Reproduction, Health, & Society

Title: Reckoning with Race & Racism in Academic Medicine

What: Two-day hybrid conference, for more information visit https://hopkinshistoryofmedicine.org/conf-reckoning-with-racism-med/ 

Where: Hybrid – Virtual & Armstrong 150 West

When: Thursday, May 5th and Friday, May 6th

Who: All are welcome to attend virtually. In person registration is limited to invited speakers and guests and Hopkins Affiliates. Numbers will be capped to ensure distancing.

How to Register: Visit https://hopkinshistoryofmedicine.org/conf-reckoning-with-racism-med/ 

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May 5, 2022
9:30 am / 6:00 pm

Conference: Reckoning with Race & Racism in Academic Medicine

Critical Pedagogies of Health and Society / Media, Data, & Health / Race, Racism, & Health / Reproduction, Health, & Society

Title: Reckoning with Race & Racism in Academic Medicine

What: Two-day hybrid conference, for more information visit https://hopkinshistoryofmedicine.org/conf-reckoning-with-racism-med/ 

Where: Hybrid – Virtual & Armstrong 150 West

When: Thursday, May 5th and Friday, May 6th

Who: All are welcome to attend virtually. In person registration is limited to invited speakers and guests and Hopkins Affiliates. Numbers will be capped to ensure distancing.

How to Register: Visit https://hopkinshistoryofmedicine.org/conf-reckoning-with-racism-med/ 

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November 12, 2021
9:00 am / 5:00 pm

Trans/Medicine Workshop

Critical Pedagogies of Health and Society / Medicine, Science, & Humanities

Medicine and medical understandings have played prominent and problematic features in framing transgender historiography. Often, the critical role of trans people in shaping and contesting medical knowledge and practices has been overlooked. In this workshop, we propose to turn the question around and ask what transgender history says about the history of medicine. How can we use transgender history and trans medicine as a lens to analyze broader developments in medicine? What does trans medicine tell us about knowledge production, medical technologies, and clinical practices in modern medicine? This workshop seeks to illuminate the history of trans/medicine as a broad analytical field with a variety of actors (activists, patients, media, institutions, experts), technologies (paper, pamphlets, membership magazines, newspaper articles, diagnostic tools, hormones, scalpels), and practices (community meetings, parties, rallies, blood tests, clinical examinations, construction of nosologies). The workshop approaches history as a meaningful way of responding to pressing issues for trans people and trans medicine in the present. Organizers: Ketil Slagstad, MD and Jacob Moses, PhD  ...

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