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Calling all crafters! Join us for a relaxing crafting hour. Make squares that will become cuddly blankets for homeless children in the US with www.love-squared.org. Beginners and experienced knitters/crocheters welcome! Wednesdays at 1pm in the PCOM GA Library. BYO yarn and needles. [Read more...]

PCOM Library has updated its Lost & Found Policy. [Read more...]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) derives its insights from the data is trained. That data often reflects biases in society, including racism, misogyny, and other forms of bigotry. When AI is used to aid medical practice and research, we need to be cognizant of the influences of said biases. BMJ 2020; Can we trust AI not to further embed racial bias and… [Read more...]

Comics has always had a critical engagement with socio-political and cultural issues and hence evolved into a medium with a subversive power to challenge the status quo. Staying true to the criticality of the medium, graphic medicine (where comics intersects with the discourse of healthcare) critiques the exploitative and unethical practices in the field of healthcare, thereby creating a critical… [Read more...]