ASSOCIATION FOR MEDICAL HUMANITIES

PROMOTING CRITICAL DIALOGUES BETWEEN HUMANITIES & HEALTHCARE

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FORM 2016-2017 and 2017-2018

President: Dr Joseph O’Dwyer (and acting Treasurer 2016/17)
Secretary: Linda Turner
Membership Secretary: Dr Jennifer Patterson
Immediate past President: Professor Alan Bleakley


The Association for Medical Humanities is the only Learned Society in the UK dedicated to promoting and developing the medical humanities through:

• A website for networking, information and archiving
• An association with the British Medical Journal group’s Medical Humanities
• An annual conference
• Regional events
• 4 quarterly journals

You can be part of this by subscribing to the Association

Choose the membership that you require – 2016-2017 OR 2017 to 2018

• Full AMH Membership (annual) – £55
• AMH full student membership (annual) – £40
• AMH student membership without journal (annual) – £5

Note these are the prices for the 2016-2017 and 2017-18 membership which runs to June 30th and starts on July 1st. This membership is needed in order to benefit from the special membership prices at the annual AMH Conference.

Fill out the form below and pay using online payment (BACS) Cheques are no longer accepted. Please ensure that you include your name and AMH membership so that we can allocate your payment.

The Association for Medical Humanities
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P.O. Box 250
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