University Of East Anglia UK Introduces MA In Medical, Health Humanities

This one-year master's programme for culturally competent healthcare professionals aims to bridge the gap between Medicine and Humanities

The University of East Anglia introduces MA in Medical and Health Humanities, a new postgraduate programme under the aegis of the Norwich Medical School. This programme is aimed at bridging the gap between medicine, health sciences, and the humanities, offering a unique and holistic approach to understanding health and healthcare from diverse cultural perspectives.

The Masters in Medical and Health Humanities course will offer creative and practice-based learning while exploring health as a holistic and culturally embedded experience. It is designed for students with a background in Humanities, Social Science, Medicine and Professional Health related subject fields who are keen to explore the relationship between medicine, health and society through a humanistic lens. It will challenge students to think critically and philosophically about what it means to be a healthcare professional in contemporary times. 

During the course duration, students will also have access to resources and faculty expertise at the campus, research and innovation in healthcare education. This programme will offer students new-age job opportunities in healthcare, academia, publishing, media and cultural institutions. 

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