Intercalated bachelor's courses available at Keele

For Medicine (MBChB) students

Medical Humanities is an expanding area of study which aims to provide an appreciation of the cultural and historical contexts of medicine, via an investigation of literary, filmic and historical texts which address connections between disease, the individual patient or practitioner, and the practice of medicine.

For more information, visit the Medical Humanities web page or contact Dr Alannah Tomkins a.e.tomkins@keele.ac.uk


Apply for Medical Humanities

With the following named routes:

(i) Neuroscience

Contact Dr David Mazzocchi Jones d.mazzocchi-jones@keele.ac.uk.

DINESH Neuroscience


(ii) Biochemistry

Contact Dr Sheila Hope s.a.hope@keele.ac.uk.

DIBCSH Biochemistry


(iii) Studies in Biomedical Sciences

Contact Dr Anne Loweth a.c.loweth@keele.ac.uk.

DIBSSH Studies in Biomedical Sciences