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The scene in the Kunskapskrogen venue. Three armchairs with no one. Photo.

What we are doing within the centre will not remain solely within the centre. We strive to play an active role in the public debate and contribute to the making the medical humanities visible locally, nationally and internationally. We are planning several events and will gather them all here. 

Kunskapskrogen

Birgit Rausing Centre for Medical Humanities hosts the popular Kunskapskrogen, conversation evenings (in Swedish) about medicine and the human, which take place 3-4 times a year and are aimed at academics and the general public. 

Read more about Kunskapskrogen and how to register (information in Swedish)


4 October | Come and listen to Rita Charon, pioneer in narrative medicine and medical humanities 

One of the international pioneers of the medical humanities, Professor Rita Charon, M.D., Ph.D. at Columbia University School of Professional Studies, will receive the Philip Sandblom Prize on 4 October (late afternoon) and in connection with this also give an open lecture (in English). More information to follow during spring 2022. 

Rita Charon (personal webpage at Columbia University)


3-4 October | The Nordic Network for Narratives in Medicine

Birgit Rausing Centre for Medical Humanities will host this year's network meeting 

The Nordic Network for Narrative Medicine is a forum with over a hundred members, who all share an interest in research and teaching in narrative medicine in a broad sense. The network meeting is this year directly adjacent to the Philip Sandblom Prize Lecture, see above.

More information

More about the network meeting and call for papers

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