Skip to main content

Latest news

Fit for Purpose? Medical humanities approaches could help address inequalities in mental health research

A report published today by the Centre for Mental Health has found that new ways of working are needed to address inequalities in mental health research. Durham-based medical humanities project Hearing the Voice has been featured as an excellent example of how to 'do things differently'.
4 people listening to a talk overlaid with text

PGECR Conference 20-21 Sept: Alternate, Virtual, and Augmented Realities

The PGECR Network at IMH is holding a conference on 20-21 September 2021, via Zoom.
Reaching hands

May 2021 IMH Bulletin

In the latest edition of our regular bulletin, we welcome new recruits to our thriving research community, and invite those of you with research interests to join our public engagement workshops. We also introduce you to The Observatory, our new public involvement group.

NNMHR Annual Congress 21-23 April

IMH is hosting the 4th Annual Congress of the Northern Network for Medical Humanities on 21-23 April 2021, on Zoom.
A woman looking in a mirror

Join our Editorial Team for The Polyphony

As our wonderful colleagues Harriet, Fiona and Tehseen move on to pastures new, we are seeking three part-time Associate Editors to join the Editorial Team of our medical humanities web platform The Polyphony.
dice with random letters