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Drawing from a variety of disciplines in the humanities, this course provides students with an interdisciplinary perspective on the practice of medicine in a clinical setting. Students will engage in weekly shadowing rounds at Baptist Memorial Hospital—North Mississippi (Oxford) and local clinics in which they will shadow a variety of health care professionals, including doctors, nurses, chaplains, and social workers. Students will also attend weekly seminar discussions in which they will critically reflect on their field experience and integrate assigned readings with their clinical observations. Readings will draw from perspectives in the humanities (history, literature, philosophy, religious studies, culture studies, etc.). This course is well-suited for students interested in a variety of healthcare-related careers, including public policy, social work, administration, and chaplaincy.