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Department of Anthropology

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Professor Jane Macnaughton - all publications

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  • Macnaughton, J. & Carel, H. (2016). ‘Breathing and breathlessness in clinic and culture: using critical medical humanities to bridge an epistemic gap’. In The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities. Whitehead, A., Woods, A., Atkinson, S., Macnaughton, J. & Richards, J. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 294-309.
  • Macnaughton, J. (2015). ‘Elegant’ Surgery: The Beauty of Clinical Expertise. In The Recovery of Beauty: Arts, Culture, Medicine. Saunders, C., Macnaughton, J. & Fuller, D. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. 175-198.
  • Macnaughton J (2013). Becoming. In Medical Humanities Companion: Prognosis. Gordon J, Macnaughton J & Rudebeck CE Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing. 4: 53-56.
  • Macnaughton, J (2013). On Treatment and its effects. In Medical Humanities Companion: Treatment. Louhiala, P, Heath, I & Saunders, J Oxford Radcliffe Publishing. 3: 1-16.
  • Evans, HM & Macnaughton, Jane (2010). Intimacy and distance in the clinical examination. In Medical Humanities Companion Volume 2. Ahlzen R, Evans M, Louhiala P & Puustinen R Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing. 2: 89-107.
  • Macnaughton, J (2009). Flesh Revealed: medicine, art and anatomy. In The Body and the Arts. Saunders, C, Maude, U & Macnaughton, J London Palgrave. 72-86.
  • Macnaughton, J (2008). Seeing ourselves: interpreting the visual signs of illness. In Medical Humanities Companion Volume 1: Symptom. Evans, M, Ahlzen, R, Heath, I & Macnaughton, J Oxford: Radcliffe. 1: 71-85.
  • Macnaughton, R. J. (2003). Clinical Judgement. In Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care. Jones, R., Britten, N., Culpepper, L., Gass, D. A., Grol, R., Mant, D. & Silagy, C. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1: 205-209.
  • Macnaughton, RJ (2002). Arts and humanities in medical education. In GP Tomorrow. Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press.
  • Macnaughton, RJ (2001). Why medical humanities now?. In Medical Humanities. Evans, HM & Finlay, IG London: Blackwell BMJ Books. 187-203.
  • Downie, RS & Macnaughton, RJ (1999). Public morality and moral education. In Advances in Bioethics: Bioethics for Medical Education. Edwards, RB & Bittar, EE Connecticut USA: JAI Press. 5: 17-30.
  • Downie, RS & Macnaughton, RJ (1998). Can we teach medical students to be morally good doctors? In Advances in Bioethics. Evans, HM Connecticut USA: JAI Press.
  • Downie, RS & Macnaughton, RJ (1998). Public Health and Ethics. In Progress in Public Health. Scally, G London: Churchill Livingstone.
  • Macnaughton, RJ (1998). The value of anecdote in clinical practice. In Narrative Based Medicine. Greenlaugh, T & Hurwitz, B London: BMJ Books.

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