Work and Life in Crisis: The Medical Humanities Responds to COVID-19

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Hosted by Medical Humanities Visiting Scholar Cora Salkovskis, this medical humanities colloquium featured scholarship and discussions from Johns Hopkins University historian of medicine Graham Mooney, Cora Salkovskis, SFS Professor Emily Mendenhall, and GUSOM Internal Medicine Chief Resident Harrison Winters. Thank you for the incredible turnout and critical conversations!

9:30 | Introduction & Nourishment with Prof. Lakshmi Krishnan & Dr. Cora Salkovskis
9:45 | Trial of Trust: Science, Medicine, and Patients in the Post-COVID Era Prof. Emily Mendenhall, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
10:10 | “Resilience Died Years Ago”: Temporality, NHS Austerity, and Coping in Crisis Amongst UK Healthcare Workers Dr. Cora Salkovskis, Danish Institute for International Studies / Georgetown Medical Humanities
10:35 | Reconfigurations of Space and Place during Epidemic Crisis Prof. Graham Mooney, Johns Hopkins, Department of the History of Medicine
11:00 | Questions & Coffee, Tea, Baked Goods
12:00 | Roundtable with Dr. Harrison Winters, Prof. Emily Mendenhall, Prof. Graham Mooney & Dr. Cora Salkovskis
12:55 | Concluding Remarks