Medicine and The Holocaust 2020-2021: A Book of Prayer and Reflections
Hannah L. Carson
A book of prayer and reflections written for Medicine and the Holocaust course.
Medicine and the Holocaust: My Personal Reflections
What you are about to read is an accumulation of my reflections based on thought-provoking questions asked in my class “Medicine and the Holocaust”. You might know a lot about the Holocaust, yet here are just a few bits on my opinion from the standpoint of a medical student.
Medicine and the Holocaust – My Journey through the Course
Lauren E. Trout
This book is meant to serve as a record of my reflections throughout the Medicine in the Holocaust course, which I took during my fourth year of medical school at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, from June 2020 to May 2021. These reflections are authentic, and they answer important ethical questions authentic to who I was at the time. I hope to keep these responses to show to future generations when we discuss the Holocaust and its importance in history and to each of us.
Books authored by Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine students in the Medicine and the Holocaust course. Students were asked to develop books that were theirs. Their thoughts, feelings, experiences of the course and their medical career so far expressed in writing as well as any artistic medium: photos, video, music, poetry, drawing or other artful means of expression.
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