The programme in Medicine Culture and Society offers courses and seminars to graduate students from a variety of backgrounds.

The aim of the programme is to introduce a systematic reflection on the production, circulation and use of scientific knowledge and technical skills in the health system.

The teaching faculty is drawn from the humanities, social sciences and health sciences, including science and technology studies (STS), science communications studies, medical history, medical humanities, and medical ethics/bioethics.

For information about courses, please see the course catalogue. The program also offers short and on-demand courses for affiliated students, including reading seminars, public communication, and theory development. Contact the head of program to learn more.  

For information about seminars, please see the following:


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