Medicine and Humanistic Understanding: The Significance of Narrative in Medical Practices (2005)
University of Pennsylvania Press
A multimedia course in medical humanities with a focus on "the doctor-patient relationship, the changing nature of illness in the twenty-first century, the ethics and practice of ever changing goals of medical pedagogy." [UPenn Press description]. Interviews with Oliver Sacks, John Stone, Rita Charon, Abraham Verghese, and others are featured. Doctor-patient interview simulations and short video demonstrations of emotional reactions of patients, and dramatizations of literary works by persons. ISBN: 0-8122-3851-6
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