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A journey to be avoided but not forgotten by Anonymous - Phenomenology as a Resource for Patients, Carers and Practitioners A Silent Society by Hope Jones - Alchemy by Catherine Lamont-Robinson - An article in the New Scientist outlining  the recent discovery that a certain rate of heart-beat in the foetus was the trigger for aortic stem cells to produce blood provoked this exploration into evolving dynamics within the body. An Endless Sky by Sarah Goodall - sky scene with poem about the tragic impact of the loss of a close friend - how this experience can be taken into the medical sphere positively Anxiety by Lydia Hawkins - A case-study of the context and progression of claustrophobia. Balancing Boats and Bodies by Matilda Fuller - Diverse embodiment within resilience Between the Cracks by The Art & Science of Medicine - Mental health within clinical practice Depression by Brendan Stern - The impact of depression alongside further medical conditions. A patient's low self belief and the challenges when a patient is unable to receive both clinical and domestic support. Disease is Not a Disorder of Function, but a Disorder of the Whole Person  by Merridith Izatt - a complex clinical social and global analysis of a patient living with lymphoma and chronic pain within clinical environment which has been less than fully responsive to his needs Ecosystem by Eleanor Weaver - An insightful exploration of the inter-connecting roles of staff employed in the hospital environment and patients’ experience of this complex dynamic.
Framed by Anxiety by Suaad Walker -  a mixed-media representation of the artist's mother's long-standing depression  in a  textile hanging inspired by a John O'Donohue test Framing the Space by Louise Younie - Helen's Heart by Catherine Lamont-Robinson - clay heart in wire nest representing Helen Keller's relationship with her teacher Annie It's all in the genes by Katherine Turner - Left in the dark by Josephine Mooney - The devastating impact of a breakdown in communication between clinicians and also between patients and their doctors. Lending a Hand by The Art & Science of Medicine - The socio-emotional impact of MS on identity, independence and embodiment. Love is all around by Helena Crawshaw - construction inspired by patient insights and inspirations heart -images emerging from social encounters and the environment Medical Attire and the Doctor by Sabrina Brar - Patient relationship in Paediatrics with regard to clothing. Oakhill album 2011  by Intercalated  BA in Medical Humanities - On the Outside by Megan Fileman -  Two clay figures, one enclosed in a glass tumbler which the other tries to release - symbolizing the complexities of trying to support to others from a variety of perspectives - friend/clinician etc.