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The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine

Author: Rita CharonSayantani DasGuptaNellie HermannCraig IrvineEric R MarcusAll authors
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine articulates the ideas, methods, and practices of narrative medicine. Written by the originators of the field, this book provides the authoritative starting place for any clinicians or scholars committed to learning of and eventually teaching or practicing narrative medicine.
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Charon, Rita
The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine
Oxford : Oxford University Press,c2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rita Charon; Sayantani DasGupta; Nellie Hermann; Craig Irvine; Eric R Marcus; Edgar Rivera Colsn; Danielle Spencer; Maura Spiegel
ISBN: 9780199360208 0199360200 9780199360222 0199360227
OCLC Number: 960166219
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Demystifying Qualitative Research Methods
Description: 1 online resource (361 p.)
Contents: Cover; The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine; Copyright; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I Intersubjectivity; Chapter 1. Accounts of Self: Exploring Relationality through Literature; Introduction; Self-​Telling: Colm Tóibín and the Need to Tell; Monologue and Dialogue: Dostoevsky and Bakhtin; Recognition in Bechdel's Fun Home: Thickening the Story; Identification and Refusal in Kazou Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go; Conclusion; Chapter 2. This Is What We Do, and These Things Happen: Literature, Experience, Emotion, and Relationality in the Classroom Socio-​relational Dynamics and Medical EducationA Narrative Medicine Classroom /​ Workshop; Conclusion; Part II Dualism, Personhood, and Embodiment; Chapter 3. Dualism and its Discontents I: Philosophy, Literature, and Medicine; "Hi. How are you feeling today?"-​Tales of Alienation in Healthcare; Biomedicine in Recent History; The Cave and the Machine: Philosophical Roots of Dualism; Chapter 4. Dualism and its Discontents II: Philosophical Tinctures; Phenomenology and Narrative Hermeneutics; Philosophical Narratives: Complexity and Multiplicity; Soul Chapter 5. Deliver Us from Certainty: Training for Narrative EthicsWhat Stories Do for Us: Narrative Understanding as Ethics; Narrative and Bioethics; Narrative Ethics; The Narrative Ethics from Literary Studies; The Pedagogy and Practice of Narrative Medicine's Ethics; Postscript; Part III Identities in Pedagogy; Chapter 6. The Politics of the Pedagogy: Cripping, Queering and Un-​homing Health Humanities; Introduction; Crip Politics and the Medicalization of Health Humanities; Queer Politics and the Problems of Intelligibility; Un-​homing Narrative Medicine: Pedagogical Frames; Conclusion Part IV Close ReadingChapter 7. Close Reading: The Signature Method of Narrative Medicine; The Origin and Fate of Close Reading; Why Narrative Medicine Is Committed to Close Reading; Close Reading and Its Progeny, Attentive Listening; The Interior Processes of Close Reading; Close Reading Enacts the Principles of Narrative Medicine; Coda; Chapter 8. A Framework for Teaching Close Reading; One Way to Teach Close Reading; Choosing Texts and Writing Prompts; Time; Space; Voice; Metaphor; Conclusions and Room for Further Thought; Part V Creativity; Chapter 9. Creativity: What, Why, and Where? Creativity in Our Everyday LivesWhat is Creative Writing For, Particularly in the Clinical Context?; Forms and Dividends of Creative Writing; Creative Writing and Reflective Writing; Chapter 10. Can Creativity Be Taught?; Strategies for Writing in the Health Professions; A Teaching Tool: The Reading Guide for Creative Writing; The Approach to the Writing Student; Finally: Focus on the Creative Spark; Part VI Qualitative Ways of Knowing; Chapter 11. From Fire Escapes to Qualitative Data: Pedagogical Urging, Embodied Research, and Narrative Medicine's Ear of the Heart; Narrative Prelude

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