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Converge: university-based courses in the arts for people who use mental health services

Converge offers courses in the arts to people who use mental health services. These courses are taught by university students and staff.

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Public Health and Social Justice Website with Significant Humanities Content

The public health and social justice website can be found at:  or

The website contains articles and open-access slide shows, syllabi, and other documents relevant to topics in public health and social justice, along with hundreds of external links. There is significant content focusing on the medical humanities on the "Literature, Medicine, and Public Health" page at

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Migrant Nurses and Language in Australia

The aim of this project is to understand the scope and scale of problems facing migrant nurses in meeting the English standards for registration in Australia.


Findings may be used to improve the registration process of migrant nurses in the design of more effective, professionally directed methods of English language testing and education.


This will contribute to an improvement in the experience of gaining registration for NESB nurses as well as being more effectively language-ready upon gaining employment post-registration and the reduction of the economic, social and personal difficulties faced by NESB nurses.


The findings could also inform other health professions encountering similar issues with their English testing processes for migrants.


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Prayer and Health Research

Prayer’s psychological dimension opens new fertile perspectives on the academic study of prayer and health.

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Infinite Ability - Exploring disAbility through creativity

The Medical Humanities Group of the University College of Medical Sciences (University of Delhi) and Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital, Delhi, India formed a special interest group on disability under the leadership of Dr Satendra Singh designated ‘Infinite Ability’. The main purpose behind the formation of the group was the promotion and coordination among medical persons with disabilities of medical humanitarian approaches that would focus on four competency-based learning objectives of narrative medicine: graphic medicine; interpersonal and communication skills; patient care, and professionalism.

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  • Arts & Humanities Research Council
  • The  institue of mental health nottingham
  • National Institute of Health
  • Centre for Advanced Studies
  • The University of Nottingham United Kingdom China Malaysia
  • De Montfort University Leicester
  • OPPNET Basic Behaviour & Social Science Opportunity Network