The Ethics of Narrative Ethics: Some Teaching Reflections
Health Care Analysis. 1998 Jun; 6(2): 171-174.
Narrative is reemerging as a teaching tool. Narrative ethics is being seen as a rich endeavour both for clinical practice and academic teaching and research. Narrative helps put ethics into context. However, the use of narrative increasingly raises issues in teaching and research: for instance, how do we do justice to the people and narratives we utilise, and what does our practice reveal about our ethics? In this article examples are drawn from clinical practice, teaching and case notes to draw out some lessons to help further critical understanding.
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