QUT Creative Lab researchers A/Prof Kari Gislason and A/Prof Sarah Holland-Batt, alongside Professor Margaret McAllister (CQU) and Dr Fiona Riley from Queensland Children’s Hospital, will be presenting at a special breakfast seminar on the theme of narrative medicine. The seminar is directed at anyone who is interested in the way poetic and imaginative language can form part of scientific literacy and expressions, whether in descriptions of clinical experiences or creative writing projects, such as memoir and poetry.
This is a CHQ Arts in Health program presented in partnership with QUT Creative Industries Faculty (CIF) and the QLD Centre for Children’s Health Research (CCHR), QUT Faculty of Health
When: Thursday 22 August 7.30-9am (includes light breakfast)
Where: Level 5 seminar room, Centre for Children’s Health Research, 62 Graham St, South Brisbane
RSVP: by Tuesday 20th August to CHQ_Arts@health.qld.gov.au
This is a breakfast event so RSVPs are essential.