“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” – Marie Curie
This issue of OTH Bookshelf focuses on the burgeoning topic of medical humanities, a discipline defined by the University of Michigan as “a broad field, encompassing the interface between the science of the health professions and other disciplines, including history, literature, creative writing, performing arts, visual arts and journalism.”
If our readers are aware of any title or publishers that are not included, please feel free to submit them for consideration. (To be included in OTH Bookshelf, a book must be available to read online and/or download for free and must have been assigned an ISBN.) And we welcome your suggestions for topics that might be covered in a future issue of OTH Bookshelf.