Do you live alone? Do you smoke? Do you drink? Have you ever been pregnant? Are you taking any medications?
Getting your medical history taken is a routine procedure when visiting a doctor with an illness, being prescribed medicine, or preparing for surgery. The information we give, though, can reveal a lot about our lives, our lifestyles, and even our relations with our blood relatives. How do we feel when answering these questions? And what exactly do doctors want to find out when they ask them?
Join Paul Fitzpatrick, Science Gallery mediator and recent medicine graduate, for a one-on-one conversation our about the intimacy of our medical information.
Please register for free to secure your twenty minute slot for this FOR PLAY event.