Can music teach ethics to medical students?

The art of treating dying patients is being lost in an era of factory hospitals. The brain surgeon Henry Marsh discusses the doctor’s dilemma with pain-filled perception in his extraordinary book, Do No Harm.

At a lower, entry level,  Carwyn Hooper discusses how he utilises music and poetry to engage future doctors in the moral dimensions of life and death.

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