Facilitator

Facilitator Dr Samir Gugliani

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Dr Sam Guglani is a Consultant Oncologist in Cheltenham, specialising in the management of lung and brain tumours. He has Masters degrees in Ethics (Keele, 2009) and Creative Writing (Oxford, 2014). He is director of Medicine Unboxed, which illuminates the challenges and wonders of medicine through the arts.

Sam is a published poet and writes for The Lancet. Dr Guglani’s debut novel, Histories, was published in 2017.

Reflections on Death + Dying: Finding Hope

Reflections on Death + Dying: Rachel Clarke, Kathryn Mannix + Sam Guglani