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Library News & Events

Medical Ethics in Film and Literature

Have you ever stopped to consider that many popular books and movies include issues related to medical ethics? Examples like Frankenstein,  Philadelphia and Terms of Endearment come to mind. The TC3 Library even has a book devoted to medical ethics in movies: The Picture of Health: Medical Ethics and the Movies. Stop by and check out these and other examples in our new display on medical ethics in film and literature.

And teachers, just in time for Halloween: you can even find ways to incorporate Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein into your teaching. Check out this exhibit, Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature, from the National Library of Medicine plus their module intended for higher education.


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