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On illness & philosophy: An interview with Havi Carel

In this video Havi Carel is interviewed by Joe Boswell for The University of Bristol’s Centre for Science and Philosophy

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Making the Invisible Visible (Durham launch event)

Featured image: from the series ‘Drawing Breath’ by Jayne Wilton Life of Breath at Durham University was formally launched in the…

Understanding Disease and Illness (6th International Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable)

The International Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable (IPMR) is an open group of philosophers, clinicians, epidemiologists, social scientists, statisticians, bioethicists, and…

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Post-doctoral researchers on the Life of Breath project

The Life of Breath project is recruiting two new post-doctoral researchers, to be based at the Centre for Medical Humanities,…

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Bristol Life of Breath Launch Event

The Life of Breath team and guests gathered at Royal Fort House on 14 May 2015 to launch the project…

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Invisible suffering: breathlessness in and beyond the clinic

In Life of Breath’s first publication, senior investigators, Havi Carel and Jane Macnaughton, and respiratory clinician James Dodd outline the rationale for…

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Durham Project Manager for the Life of Breath Project

The Centre for Medical Humanities (CMH) at Durham University is looking to appoint a Project Manager to for the Life…

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Post-doctoral research position

Project Manager (Bristol) on the Life of Breath Jess Farr-Cox writes: We’re currently advertising for a new post-doc on the Life…

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