is Editor, News and Humanities, at CMAJ
Long billed as a symposium for arts, humanities and the social sciences in the education of health professionals, the fifth iteration of Creating Space has seemingly taken its mission to task, with a substantial integration of the latter at .
“How can we get more social scientists to come to Creating Space,” asked the University of Toronto’s lead in humanities, in the opening address. His query was echoed and answered by numerous presenters.
Dr. Andrew Clarke, who works in the , said self-awareness, through building reflective capacity – one of the primary goals of the humanities – and scholarship are both essential. ...continue reading