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HEAVY WORDS: Stories From The Cervix by Kamina Walton - Helen's Heart by Catherine Lamont-Robinson - clay heart in wire nest representing Helen Keller's relationship with her teacher Annie Hello Human by Fiona McCurdie - This portrait highlights a student's desire to reconnect with humanity within medical studies and focuses on the need to touch and be touched from the perspectives of both clinician and patient. Helping Hands by Alexander Glover - photo about institutionalization and learned helplessness image of patient surrounded by surgical instruments Hercules by Damien Mony - Hidden Problems by Steve Lindley - photo-collage, people on the underground, author as observer with medical eye Holistic systems: a root and branch analysis from the perspective of family and friends by Stephanie Wassell - Hope by Sophie Slater - photo-collage and reflection depicting the determination of a mother to ensure her son's survival and return to well-being following a motor-cycle accident. I Have An Interest In Your Heart by Harriet O'Neill - a graphic and reflective response to the opt-out policy within organ donation  I would like you to relieve my pain by Kirsty Bromage - Identity by Nicola Kong - finger-print image incorporating the word identity, issues of de-personalization in clinical situations and need to preserve the uniqueness of each individual If in doubt, call it out! by Josephine Mooney - The ward as a stressful environment when clinicians overlook patients' privacy. Imagine if? by Yolanda Massey - black and white photographs of fruit and vegetables humorously positioned to represent the patients' clinical experience - encouraging the viewer to consider damage to the mind as well as the body Improvised piano piece around depression  by Hannah Cooney - In One Hand a Paintbrush, the Other a Pen by Roshni Rahman - A unique insight into embodied, tactual learning whilst absorbing verbal knowledge and an exploration of the wider role of holistic, creative engagement in well-being Infectious Love by Katherine Turner - inspired by the role of emotional healing within well-being this painting projects a positive aspiration Inflamed and Untamed by Haya Mohammed - A sister describes the physiological and psychological of impact brother’s journey from the onset of Ulcerative Colitis and the impact on close family.  Isolation by Georgina Mair - This work highlights the necessity of patient-centred care within dementia and the necessity for family and healthcare professionals to maintain positive presence and resilience. It's all in the genes by Katherine Turner - Jane Doe by Kitty Wong -