MedCurious is online collection of things that we hope that dotMD community will find interesting or inspiring - from things found online, off line, or from submissions of new writing that has not yet found a home.
Anything that shines a light on the art of medicine, or which helps healthcare professionals find meaning in medicine will be considered.
Something, we hope, to keep you all going between dotMD events.
If you have created something that you would like to have published, or have spotted something online that you think is worth sharing with the dotMD community, feel free to email us and we'll do our best to include it.
The dotMD Team
This time round, a physician examines the new musical soundtrack emerging in New York hospitals, a journalist remembers the words of Brian Eno as she recovers from cancer surgery, and we hear how the rise of technology in medicine is unlikely to replace the human touch.
Welcome to the third edition of the MedCurious newsletter. Hopefully you’ve been enjoying our fortnightly emails so far. We love including submissions from friends and followers in each edition, so…
We have included a comic psychiatrist, a poetic obstetrician, a cartooning palliative care doctor, a few medical story tellers, an invitation to sing, and a timely celebration of an influential, and well – loved giant of Irish general practice.