"Kolloquium Forschung und Lehre" at the Institute for the History of Medicine and Ethics in Medicine
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Insights into current research and teaching
The "Kolloquium Forschung und Lehre" at the "Institute for the History of Medicine and Ethics in Medicine" provides a forum for the discussion of research projects and ideas, topics related to teaching and pedagogy, article drafts and research proposals, book ideas, etc. We meet every second Tuesday during the semester from 10:00 to 11:00 AM in the seminar room at the Institute. You are very welcome to join us!
Winter Semester 2023/24
24.10.23 | Tim Rütten: "'First and foremost, the current way of teaching harasses those in labor.' Stories of home pregnancy, self-sense and coercion"
07.11.23 | Henriette Voelker: Probedisputatio (internal to institute).
11.21.23 | Sandra Eder: "How the Clinic Made Gender: The Medical History of a Transformative Idea"
05.12.23 | Alexa Geisthövel: "Organ Donation in the GDR"
19.12.23 | Ludger Wimmebücker: "Thalidomide in the Treatment of Leprosy, ca. 1964-1984"
09.01.24 | Annett Wienmeister: "Genome editing on humans? The Ethics Learning Platform"
23.01.24 | Mirjam Sophie Faissner: "Intersectionality in mental health care? Aspects of a psychiatric ethics critical of discrimination"
06.02.24 | Carolin Pommert and Vera Seehausen: "Ethical handling of patient and disease images in research and teaching"