Health, Policy and Emotion
This Special Issue is guest edited by Agnes Arnold-Forster, Michael Brown and Alison Moulds
Cicely Saunders, ‘Total Pain’ and emotional evidence at the end of life
Women’s voices, emotion and empathy: engaging different publics with ‘everyday’ health histories
Loughran T et al.
After the madhouses: the emotional politics of psychiatry and community care in the UK tabloid press 1980–1995
Conceptualisations of care: why understanding paid care is important
Collecting affect: emotion and empathy in World War II photographs and drawings of plastic surgery
Pulling our lens backwards to move forward: an integrated approach to physician distress
McQueen SA et al.
‘Written of by novelists’: scripting and managing emotions in 19th-century medical manuscripts
Guilt, shame and negative emotion in undergraduate medical education: is there a role for Balint groups?
Greenlees G, Archer L
Beyond ‘born not made’: challenging character, emotions and professionalism in undergraduate medical education
Allitt M, Frampton S