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WELCOME
Welcome back! This month we celebrate the publication of project team member Arthur Rose's book, and look forward to the first episode of The Nocturnists podcast series in collaboration with the Shame and Medicine Project. Keep an eye on our social media and website for its release and in the meantime have a listen to the trailer. If you have any feedback on our newsletter or if you would like to take part in our research or collaborate in any way, please email us, we'd love to hear from you. And finally, don't forget to follow us on LinkedInTwitter, and Facebook.
THE NOCTURNISTS & SHAME AND MEDICINE PODCAST SERIES
Listen to the trailer for the "Shame in Medicine: The Lost Forest" 10-part podcast series. Episode 1, “Hello Shame”, launches on the 13th September and will be available from all major podcast outlets!
The Nocturnists is an award-winning, independent medical storytelling podcast, hosted by Emily Silverman, MD. The Nocturnists share stories that aim to humanize the practice of medicine, support clinician wellbeing, and transform the healthcare system. The Nocturnists are looking for Shame Ambassadors to spread the word and participate in their impact campaign: The Nocturnists: Shame in Medicine Ambassador Survey.
UPCOMING EVENTS

Thank you to everyone who participated in ‘Engaged Phenomenology II: Explorations of Embodiment, Emotions, and Sociality’, the British Society for Phenomenology 2022 Annual UK Conference convened by the University of Exeter. There were 75 papers from 81 speakers across the main conference and two special panels from Shame and Medicine and Imagining Technologies for Disability Futures research project. Many of the presentations will be released on audio through the BSP Podcast shortly.

'Shame and Medical History' Seminar Series - CPD points available!

6th October 2022 – Dr Michael Brown
(Lancaster University) - ‘Bodily Shame in Romantic Surgery’. 
REGISTER: online or in person at the University of Exeter.

5th May 2022 – Dr Anne Hanley (University of  Birmingham) View recording
‘I am polluted to the marrow, soaked in abomination!’ Shame and Sexual Health in Modern Britain.’ 

We are excited to welcome to Exeter Shiloh Witney, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, to give a seminar on “Affective Injustice” on Wednesday 9th November 2022. The seminar is jointly sponsored by the Shame and Medicine Project and the Department of Social and Political Sciences, Philosophy, and Anthropology seminar series at the University of Exeter.

Registration and further details to follow.

SHAME AND MEDICINE PROJECT NEWS
RECENT PROJECT ACTIVITIES & PUBLICATIONS
Luna Dolezal co-authored the Editors’ Introduction Philosophy and the clinic: Stigma, respect and shame for the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice's special issue featuring articles which came from the Shame and Medicine Project's Respect and Shame in Healthcare and Bioethics workshop series.

'Care Under Pressure 3' Project - Luna Dolezal has been invited to sit on the Advisory Board for this NIHR funded project which aims to tackle doctor mental ill-health and to develop an implementation toolkit for all NHS Trusts, to optimise their strategies to reduce doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the workforce and patient care.

GRAPHIC MEDICINE PROJECT
If you find yourself on campus at the University of Exeter, visit the Shame and Medicine Project's display: Shame Spiral and Needlestick: Graphic Depictions of Shame and Resources for Reflection which is on show until the end of December in the Queen's building exhibition space.

CPD POINTS
Each seminar in our Shame and Medicine History Seminar Series is approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 2 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s) each. A certificate of attendance will be issued. Sign up now!

CALL FOR DOCTORS & PATIENTS
We are keen to hear from Doctors and Patients who would like to take part in our research - to register an interest in taking part, visit www.samp.uk or contact Dr Stephen Williams at S.J.Williams@bham.ac.uk.
SCENES OF SHAME AND STIGMA IN COVID-19 PROJECT NEWS

Here's a sneak preview of the cover of our book Covid-19 and Shame: Political Emotions and Public Health in the UK due out in February 2023.

Visit our website for details of the research done over the last two years and watch this space for the release of the Shame and the Pandemic podcast.

FROM OUR BLOG
 
"China and the COVID-19 Blame Game" by Prof. Robert Walker and Dr. Lichao Yang from Beijing Normal University is a fascinating exploration of China’s recent response to Covid.
"The Call Centre" discusses a participatory film created by the LSE Covid and Care Research Group led by Prof. Laura BearDr. Nikita Simpson explores how COVID-19 produced new forms of stigma.
"How we think about ‘good’ and ‘bad’ emotions in medicine" by Helene Scott-Fordsmand, University of Cambridge explores the ongoing debate about emotions in medical practice.
FEATURED PUBLICATIONS

Shame and Medicine project member, Dr. Arthur Rose presents the first extended account of asbestos in literature, film and visual culture in his book 'Asbestos – The Last Modernist Object'. The book offers readers a compelling new method for using cultural objects when thinking about how to live with the legacies of toxic materials.

Join Arthur in an interactive panel discussion about the book on Wed, 28 September 2022 (18:00 – 19:00 BST) on Zoom.  He will be joined by colleagues Professor Des FitzgeraldProfessor Stefanie Heine, and Professor John Trimbur

REGISTER HERE

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