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Medical Humanities and the Arts Symposium, with Laurel Braitman

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We are proud to announce this year’s annual Medicine & the Muse Symposium, a celebration of the many artistic, literary, musical and other creative scholarly talents at the Stanford School of Medicine.

This year, Symposium features keynote, Laurel Braitman, author of What Looks Like Bravery: An epic journey from loss to love, forthcoming (March 2023, Simon & Schuster). Laurel Braitman PhD is a New York Times bestselling author and the Director of Writing and Storytelling at the Medical Humanities and the Arts Program at the Stanford University School of Medicine. She holds a PhD in Science, Technology and Society from MIT, and is a Senior TED Fellow. Her last book, Animal Madness, was a NYT bestseller and has been translated into eight languages. She is the founder of the global community of writing healthcare professionals, Writing Medicine, now in it’s third year.

This event is free and open to the public, but please register as seating is limited. 

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