jeudi 9 mars 2017

Histoire de la relation médecin-malade

Doctor, doctor: Global and historical perspectives on the doctor-patient relationship


Friday 24 March 2017
Ruth Deech Building, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford

9-9.30am: Registration
9.30-9.40am: Welcome from Symposium Organisers (Alison Moulds and Sarah Jones)

9.40-10.40am: Keynote: Anna Elsner (University of Zürich), ‘Four models of the physician-patient relationship?: A literary perspective’
Chair: Sarah Jones

10.40-11am: Refreshments

11am-12.30pm: Parallel Panels: Session 1

1. A The Patient’s Narrative

Michael J Flexer & Brian Hurwitz (King’s College London), ‘Narrative and the boundaries of possibilities for patient voices in modern medical case reports (MCRs)’

Jane Macnaughton (Durham University), ‘A medical humanities view on patient and clinician perspectives in the consultation’

1.B Representations and Experiences of Cancer

Lesley Gray (University of Kent), ‘ Theatre or therapy? Twenty-four hours in the ‘kingdom of the sick”’

Viviane Quirke (Oxford Brookes University), ‘Les Malades prennent la parole: cancer narratives, doctor-patient relations, and the creation of a “health democracy” in France, c. 1970-2010’

Catriona Hamilton (Oxford Brookes University), ‘Oral history and the doctor-patient relationship: discourse and autonomy in cancer research participation’

1.C Medicine and Material Culture

Olga Stoliarova (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), ‘ Technologies of Care and Responsibility: Medical Innovations, Doctors and Patients’

Harriet Barratt Dorling (University of Sussex), ‘The space between: the role of the material object in the doctor-patient encounter’

Melissa Dickson (University of Oxford), ‘Renegotiating Doctor-Patient Relations Through the Advent of the Stethoscope’

12.30-1.15pm: Lunch

1.15-2.45pm: Parallel Panels: Session 2

2.A Writing the Institutional Experience

Lisa Mullen (University of Oxford), ‘Orwell in the Sanatorium: Tuberculosis and Privacy in the Mid- Twentieth Century’

Lucille Cairns (Durham University), ‘Detrimental Doctors: Two French Anorectics’ Testimonies’

2.B Medical Practitioners: Knowledge, Power, and Professional Identity

Ian Sabroe (University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, UK), ‘The doctor’s identity as revealed in stories of the clinical encounter’

Kieran Fitzpatrick (University of Oxford), ‘Who is a medical professional? Some thoughts from the doctor- patient relationship at India’s colonial frontiers, 1880-1900’

Emmylou Rahtz (University of Exeter), ‘What the UK healing culture can teach doctors: connecting,
grounding, empowering’

2.C Patient Identity and the Medical Encounter

Louise Powell (Sheffield Hallam University), ‘ The Seventeenth-Century Medical Encounter with Twins: Effective Deliveries, Affected Lives’

Anne Hanley (University of Oxford), ‘Good-time girls, wronged wives and Cinderella medicine:
doctor–patient encounters in the English VD clinics, 1918–39’

Olivia (Roger) Fiorilli (Cermes3, Paris), ‘“Diagnostic battlefields”: medical encounters in the field of trans-specific healthcare’

2.45-3pm: Comfort Break (no refreshments)

3-4.30pm: Parallel Panels: Session 3

3.A Affect and Emotion: Medical and Interpersonal Relationships

Riana Betzler (Konrad Lorenz Institute for the Advanced Study of Natural Complex Systems), ‘The
Empathic Ideal in Modern Medicine’

Tracey Loughran (Cardiff University), ‘ “Shell-Shock”, Scientific Story-Telling, and Emotion: Changes in Medical Writing and in Doctor-Patient Relationships in First World War Britain’

Paul Dieppe (University of Exeter), ‘Communicating validation or invalidation between patients and
doctors – and the consequences for each of them’

3.B Medicine in the Global Nineteenth Century

Kristin Hussey (Queen Mary University of London), ‘Sunstroke Insanity in the London Asylum: Environment, mobility and self-reported causation of madness’

Egidio Priani (University of Leicester), ‘The doctor-patient relationship and the conceptualization of diseases: the case of “pellagrous insanity” in late nineteenth-century Italian medical debates’

Géraldine Crahay (Durham University), ‘Denying hermaphrodites’ bodies: The doctor-hermaphrodite
relationship in nineteenth-century France’
3.C Early Modern Medicine

Carolin Schmitz (University of Valencia-CSIC), ‘Constructing Healers’ and Patients’ Identities: A
Relational Approach to Medical Pluralism in Early Modern Spain’

Lauren Kassell (University of Cambridge), ‘The Casebooks Project: Medical Records and Medical Encounters in Early Modern England’

Joana Serrado (University of Oxford), ‘Mysticism as Palliative Healing Practices and Teachings of Early Modern Mystics in the Portuguese-Speaking World’

4.30-4.50pm: Refreshments

4.50-6.20pm: Parallel Panels: Session 4

4.A Treating Sickness: Practice, Culture, and History

Katharina Rynkiewich (Washington University), ‘Superbugs and Magic Bullets: Doctor-Patient Relationships in an Era of Antibiotic-Resistant Infections’

Eva Carpigo (Strasbourg, CEMCA,University of Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana), ‘Negotiating Well-being: When Aesthetic Practitioners Become Healers’

Katherine van Schaik (Harvard Medical School), ‘Algorithms, Medical Decision Making, and the Patient-Physician Relationship: from the Hippocratic to the modern’

4.B Classical Medicine

Ben Cartlidge (University of Oxford), ‘Foreign doctors, local patients: incongruity humour in Menander’s medical comedy’

Nikolas Hächler (University of Zürich), ‘Between Medical Record and Rhetorical Device: The
Depiction and Function of Patients within the Writings of Galen of Pergamon in the 2nd century AD’

Rebecca Fallas (Open University/ University of Leeds), ‘ Infertility, blame and the doctor-patient relationship in the Hippocratic Corpus’

4.C Doctor-Patient Interactions in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Europe

Robert Priest (Royal Holloway, University of London), ‘Guinea Pigs and Poster Boys: Louis Pasteur’s Rabies Patients, 1885-1940’

Katherine Rawling (University of Warwick), ‘The Doctor as Photographer: Doctor-patient encounters captured in photographs, c.1855-1910’

Anthony Costello and Emma Storr (Academic Unit of Primary Care Leeds Institute of Health
Sciences), ‘Vincent Van Gogh and Dr Paul Gachet’

6.20-6.30pm: Closing Remarks (Sarah Jones and Alison Moulds) 6.30pm: Drinks Reception

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