Just before Christmas Jonathan Mc Farland and Maria Giulia Marini chaired a polyphonic presentation of their latest book “Health Humanities for Quality of Care in Times of Covid-19” published by Springer on July 2022. Most of the authors presented their chapter and research, bringing to the table food for thoughts and new ideas.
Swipe the slides below to have a glimpse in the presentation and ideas that were discussed!
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