26/11 Lecture: Why doctors should listen to the stories of their patients

Dr. Megan Milota studies how we view human life in health care. What happens if doctors take the personal experience of their patients into account when treating them?

The results of deep brain stimulation have often been spectacular. For example, with people suffering from anxiety and depression. It turns out that even personality traits can be changed. Are we moving into a moral grey zone? What happens if doctors take the experience and wishes of patients into account? Literary scholar dr. Megan Milota (UMC Utrecht) explains.

This lecture is online. There is no reservation required. More information