Telling Stories as a Way of Doing Ethics
Smith, David H.
Connecticut Medicine. 1987 Nov; 51(11): 725-731.
Attitudes; Autonomy; Beneficence; Bioethics; Case Studies; Communication; Decision Making; Education; Ethical Analysis; Ethical Theory; Ethicists; Ethics; Family Members; Goals; Humanities; Information Dissemination; Interdisciplinary Communication; Literature; Medical Education; Medical Ethics; Methods; Narrative Ethics; Paternalism; Patient Care; Physicians; Principle-Based Ethics; Professional Patient Relationship; Teaching Methods; Values; Virtues;
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The Narrative Imperative: Stories in Medicine, Illness and Bioethics Reviews of DOCTORS' STORIES: THE NARRATIVE STRUCTURE of MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE, by Kathryn Montgomery Hunter; the WOUNDED STORYTELLER: BODY, ILLNESS, and ETHICS, by Arthur W. Frank; STORIES and THEIR LIMITS: NARRATIVE APPROACHES to BIOETHICS, Edited by Hilde Lindemann Nelson Tanner, David E. (1999-06)