Particularism and personalised medicine – reflections on a conference

Thank you Andrew Shepherd for your reflections on the workshop – your forensic psychiatrist’s perspective was a tremendous asset!

shrinking thoughts

I attended a conference last week hosted at Manchester Metropolitan University – there is a link to the conference details here.

This was an interesting experience – I’ve attended more philosophically orientated conferences before and always enjoyed myself as they provide a very different form of discussion from most of the academic meetings I attend. Also this meeting was in the first week back after the festive period and I thought it might provide a good way of easing back into work again…

The meeting was held over two days – with talks throughout the first day and then morning talks on the second before a more general round table discussion over lunch and for the second afternoon. Unfortunately I had to leave slightly early on the first day as I had home commitments to attend to – slightly frustrating as the last talk of the day was proving…

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