Medical Humanities

In 2018 I passed an MSc in Medical Humanities at King’s College London with distinction and in 2019, I shall be commencing a PhD in Critical Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia.

My PhD research focuses on the nature of foetal-parental relationships, the implications for parental mental health when these relationships are unexpectedly severed and on medical metaphors that may risk undervaluing embryonic life and women’s experiences. You can read more about it here:

Recent Publications:

Narrative medicine and its importance to psychiatric practitioners, Editorial, BJPsych Bulletin, commissioned, accepted, in press, 2018 (sole author)

Madness, Mind Doctors and Mrs Dalloway, Hektoen International Journal of Medical Humanities, Volume 10, Issue 4 – Fall 2018 (sole author)

The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman: a gothic story of postnatal psychosis – The British Journal of Psychiatry July 2018 – Volume 213 Issue 1 (sole author)

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