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Editor’s note: global outreach
  1. Brandy Schillace
  1. BMJ Medical Humanities, BMA House London
  1. Correspondence to Dr Brandy Schillace, Editor in Chief, Medical Humanities Journal; bls10{at}

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Welcome to the final issue of 2018! Our focus this year has been on expanding the medical and health humanities conversation; the focus for this coming year will be global outreach. Given our present moment, with crises of health brought about by climate change, political upheaval, social injustice and the straining of public health systems, we must seek international and …

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