The Narrative-Based Medicine Speaker Series hosts writers, clinicians, and thinkers working at the intersection of literature, health, and medicine. Moderated conversations with professionals working in diverse fields highlight creative applications of narrative-based medicine principles and practices.
For our first installment of the series, we are thrilled to welcome Blair Bigham, award-winning journalist, scientist, and physician trained in emergency and critical care medicine. His work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, newscasts, podcasts, and medical journals. He is also the co-host of the CMAJ Podcast and deputy editor at Healthy Debate.
His national bestselling, debut book Death Interrupted: How Modern Medicine is Complicating the Way We Die shares thought-provoking, end-of-life stories from the ER and beyond, and offers a road-map for dying in the modern era.
Join us for an evening of great conversation moderated by Allan Peterkin, Program Director of the CPD Certificate in Narrative-Based Medicine.
Event Fee: $42.99 + HST (includes a print copy of the book)
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