Medical Humanities

(The TQCC of Medical Humanities is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Virtual volunteers: the importance of restructuring medical volunteering during the COVID-19 pandemic21
Animal research nexus: a new approach to the connections between science, health and animal welfare16
The illness-disease dichotomy and the biological-clinical splitting of medicine13
Cicely Saunders, ‘Total Pain’ and emotional evidence at the end of life11
Towards a translational medical humanities: introducing the cultural crossings of care10
Putting the NHS England on trial: uncertainty-as-power, evidence and the controversy of PrEP in England10
Imagining a post-antibiotic era: a cultural analysis of crisis and antibiotic resistance10
Exploring the conceptualisation and study of freebirthing as a historical and social phenomenon: a meta-narrative review of diverse research traditions10
In critique of anthropocentrism: a more-than-human ethical framework for antimicrobial resistance9
Painful metaphors: enactivism and art in qualitative research9
Eggs, sugar, grated bones: colour-based food preferences in autism, eating disorders, and beyond9
Theorising the neurotypical gaze: autistic love and relationships inThe Bridge(Bron/Broen 2011–2018)8
Imagining the postantibiotic future: the visual culture of a global health threat8
Talking it better: conversations and normative complexity in healthcare improvement8
Before compassion: sympathy, tact and the history of the ideal nurse7
‘From disaster, miracles are wrought’: a narrative analysis of UK media depictions of remote GP consulting in the COVID-19 pandemic using Burke’s pentad7
Visualising the body: health professionals’ perceptions of their clinical drawing practices6
New-media arts-based public engagement projects could reshape the future of the generative biology6
A legacy of silence: the intersections of medical sociology and disability studies6
On the need for an ecologically dimensioned medical humanities6
Writing the worlds of genomic medicine: experiences of using participatory-writing to understand life with rare conditions6
State, religion and the marginalisation of traditional healing in Gwadar, Pakistan6
’Knowing everything and yet nothing about her’: medical students’ reflections on their experience of the dissection room6
Phenomenological physiotherapy: extending the concept of bodily intentionality6
Soldiering on: a survey on the lived experience of tinnitus in aged military veterans in the UK6
May I have your uterus? The contribution of considering complexities preceding live uterus transplantation5
Tales of treatment and new perspectives for global health research on antimicrobial resistance5
‘Capable of being in uncertainties’: applied medical humanities in undergraduate medical education5
Bibliotherapy in practice: a person-centred approach to using books for mental health and dementia in the community5
‘The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper’ (WB Yeats): enhancing resilience among deaf young people in South Africa through photography and filmmaking5
‘Between-time stories’: waiting, war and the temporalities of care5
Suspicious minds: cinematic depiction of distrust during epidemic disease outbreaks5
Recognition, collaboration and community: science fiction representations of robot carers inRobot & Frank,Big Hero 6andHumans5
Gut feelings: depression as an embodied and affective phenomenon in Houellebecq’sSerotonin5
Delirium in intensive care: violence, loss and humanity5
An intellectual history of suffering in the Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 1978–20144
Women’s voices, emotion and empathy: engaging different publics with ‘everyday’ health histories4
Hearing spiritually significant voices: A phenomenological survey and taxonomy4
Milk’s Flows: Making and Transmitting Kinship, Health, and Personhood4
Healthcare providers’ engagement with eating disorder recovery narratives: opening to complexity and diversity4
Architecture as change-agent? Looking for innovation in contemporary forensic psychiatric hospital design4
“If we can show that we are helping adolescents to understand themselves, their feelings and their needs, then we are doing [a] valuable job”: counselling young people on sexual health in the Brook Ad4
Teaching with madness/‘mental illness’ autobiographies in postsecondary education: ethical and epistemological implications4
A logical development: biomedicine’s fingerprints are on the instrument of close reading in Charonian Narrative Medicine4
The dying patient: taboo, controversy and missing terms of reference for designers—an architectural perspective4
The transition fromabortiontomiscarriageto describe early pregnancy loss in British medical journals: a prescribed or natural lexical change?3
How care holds humanity: the myth of Cura and theories of care3
Insights from the shadows: exploring deservingness of care in the emergency department and language as a social determinant of health3
Person-ness of voices in lived experience accounts of psychosis: combining literary linguistics and clinical psychology3
Pulling our lens backwards to move forward: an integrated approach to physician distress3
Psychedelic injustice: should bioethics tune in to the voices of psychedelic-using communities?3
Environmental racialisation and poetics of influence in the postgenomic era: fire, soil, spirit3
Presentation of the clothed self on the hospital ward: an ethnographic account of perceptual attention and implications for the personhood of people living with dementia3
Biopower under a state of exception: stories of dying and grieving alone during COVID-19 emergency measures3
‘Dirty pigs’ and the xenotransplantation paradox3
Reversing the medical humanities3
From hermeneutics to heteroglossia: ‘The Patient’s View’ revisited3
Pine fresh: the cultural and medical context of pine scent in relation to health—from the forest to the home3
Integrating drawings into health curricula: university educators’ perspectives3
Waiting, strange: transplant recipient experience, medical time and queer/crip temporalities3
‘I will never love anyone like that again’: cognitive behavioural therapy and the pathologisation and medicalisation of ordinary experiences3
Cancer and the emotions in 18th-century literature3
Conceptualising illness and disease: reflections on Sharpe and Greco (2019)3
Narrative trajectories of disaster response: ethical preparedness from Katrina to COVID-193
Changes in emotions and perceived stress following time spent in an artistically designed multisensory environment2
Found in translation: navigating uncertainty to save a child's heart. Paediatric cardiac surgery in Cape Town, South Africa2
Of not passing: homelessness, addiction, mental health and care during COVID-192
In Torlak we (would) trust: domestic vaccine production in contemporary Serbia2
Beyond ‘born not made’: challenging character, emotions and professionalism in undergraduate medical education2
Representing young men’s experience of anorexia nervosa: a French-language case study2
‘Please help me, I am so miserable!’: sexual health, emotions and counselling in teen and young adult problem pages in late 1980s Ireland2
A model for abolitionist narrative medicine pedagogy2
The haunted heart and the Holy Ghost: on retrieval, donation and death2
The rationales for and challenges with employing arts-based health services research (ABHSR): a qualitative systematic review of primary studies2
Genetic enhancement, TED talks and the sense of wonder2
‘The body says it’: the difficulty of measuring and communicating sensations of breathlessness2
(De)troubling transparency: artificial intelligence (AI) for clinical applications2
Understanding the problem of long-term treatment adherence: a phenomenological framework2
Out of date: genetics, history and the British novel of the 1990s2
A concerning display of medical indifference: reply to ‘Chronic fatigue syndrome and an illness-focused approach to care: controversy, morality and paradox’2
Evolution in Health and Medical Humanities education: a proposal for accreditation2
Unburdening expectation and operatingbetween: architecture in support of palliative care2
Chronicling the chronic: narrating the meaninglessness of chronic pain2
Global Health Humanities in transition2
Health awareness as genre: the exigence of preparedness in cancer awareness campaigns and critical-illness insurance marketing2
Casualties of the World War II metaphor: women’s reproductive health fighting for narrative inclusion in COVID-192
Commentary: Serving the nation, serving the people: echoes of war in the early NHS2
Awaking insomnia: sleeplessness in the 19th century through medical literature2
Cultivating the dispositions to connect: an exploration of therapeutic empathy2
Faecal microbiota transplants: towards a healthy disgust scepticism2