Coordinated by Pr. Karine Berthelot-Guiet
The Human and Social Sciences Axis brings together philosophers, sociologists and researchers in information and communication sciences, whose objective is to propose:
- Critical reflections on concepts occupying a prominent place in the SiRIC project, such as “health democracy” and “patient experts”; “rare cancers”; “cure”; or “predictive” or “personalized” medicine.
- A multidisciplinary work and approach on the meaning, understanding and use of these concepts is being developed to shed light on the role they play and their various implications.
Synthesis for the general public and news
Curamus was present at the “Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics” congress
Within the framework of the 13th international conference “Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics”, which took place from the 24th to […]
First Human and Social Sciences inter-SiRIC day
Last 10th of February, SiRIC Curamus organized the first Human and Social Sciences inter-SiRIC meeting, under the aegis of the […]
Covid-19. Interview with Anne-Geneviève Marcelin, professor of virology
Covid-19. Interview with Anne-Geneviève Marcelin, professor of virology Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and virologist at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital. […]
Covid-19. Philosophy and the epidemic
Covid-19. Philosophy and the epidemic Interview with the historian of philosophy, Claire Crignon, lecturer at the Faculty of Letters. At […]
Radio France – Culture and companionship
Radio France mobilises its stations to support carers and patients Culture et compagnie is an original program initiated by Dr. […]