2 edition of Narrative and stories in health care found in the catalog.
Narrative and stories in health care
|Statement||edited by Yasmin Gunaratnam, David Oliviere.|
|Contributions||Gunaratnam, Yasmin., Oliviere, David.|
|LC Classifications||R726.8 .N37 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2009289624|
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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Narrative and Stories in Health Care: Illness, Dying, and Bereavement at the best online prices at . A excellent book for the health care practitioner who is interested in narrative medicine. My favorite chapter, chapter 6 discussed the non-static nature between the reader and the writer and our assessment of stories often changes as we mature, quoting Lionel Trilling "A book reads us."/5.
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The use of narrative methods has a long history in palliative care, pioneered by Dame Cicely Saunders, founder of the modern hospice movement. This book provides a multidisciplinary examination of work with narrative and stories in contemporary health and social care, with a focus on the care of people who are ill and dying.
It animates the academic literature with ‘real. Eliciting a narrative is a tool that can be taught and practiced in health care, just as we train our practitioners in the use of biomedical tools. Weiner and Schwartz have described the strategic use of narrative process as “contextualizing care.” Their research suggests inclusion of narratives within health care encounters not only.
The use of narrative methods has a long history in palliative care, pioneered by Dame Cicely Saunders, founder of the modern hospice movement, Narrative and Stories in Health Care provides a vibrant, multidisciplinary examination of work with narrative and stories in contemporary health and social care, with a focus on the care of people who are ill and : Yasmin Gunaratnam.
Narrative in Health Care is a compassionate and thoughtful book as well as a tome on caring for and nurturing those affected by disease and illness. The creative uses of narrative throughout the book are plentiful, illustrating the diverse ways narrative can be used in teaching and : Gail R.
Greenberg. Narrative and Stories in Healthcare Illness, Dying and Bereavement Edited by Yasmin Gunaratnam and David Oliviere. Brings together a diversity of experience and perspectives of the use of narrative and stories, from leading international scholars and practitioners in the fields of both social science and palliative care.
Narrative theory is not to be confused with “narrative therapy” described in the seminal book by Michael White and David Epston (White & Epston, ). Narrative therapy is a form of marriage and family therapy, which strenuously avoids labeling people, diagnoses—or their stories.
White and Cited by: 2. "Stories have assumed an influential place in reshaping the morphology of contemporary biomedical ethics. Anyone interested in assessing the eventual place of narrative in moral reasoning and case consultation should read these essays." -- Edmund D.
Pellegrino, editor of Jewish and Catholic Bioethics: An Ecumenical Dialogue5/5(2). (Joshua M. Sharfstein, M.D., Baltimore City Commissioner of Health) "Narrative Matters showcases some of health care's most stunning writing.
The stories are moving, eloquent, and often unforgettable. "(Atul Gawande, M.D., author of Complications: A Surgeon's Notes on an Imperfect Science)/5(4). In contrast to the social sciences, the interest in and use of narrative research within nursing is relatively new.
Narrative inquiry was first used by Connelly and Clandinin as a methodology to describe the personal stories of teachers.
Narrative researchers look for ways to understand and then present real-life experiences through the stories of the research participants.Cited by: Personal Narrative: Wellness When I am not feeling well I find relief and comfort talking to my girlfriend.
Occasionally I may think of topics such as my future and particular things I want to achieve and I fluster myself with over exaggerated thought with issues like college and school and people and everything else that's happening at that moment in my life, but talking to my.
Great health comes from having great thoughts and FEELING great. The Secret Daily Teachings provides a simple, inspiring way to keep your thoughts and feelings positive every single day of the year. The Secret Daily Teachings is available as an app and book in. Get this from a library.
Narrative and stories in health care: illness, dying, and bereavement. [Yasmin Gunaratnam; David Oliviere;] -- Patients' stories have long been used in palliative care to make sense of experiences of illness & care.
This book examines the uses & interpretations of narratives & stories, bringing theory &. Stories Matter; Story Matters in health and illness. At the centre of the teaching of Narrative Medicine in medical schools (originally in the US but increasingly across the world) is the need for health professionals to understand relationships of caring as well as curing; to develop skills of attentive listening as well as diagnosing.
The use of narrative methods has a long history in palliative care, pioneered by Dame Cicely Saunders, founder of the modern hospice movement, Narrative and Stories in Health Care provides a vibrant, multidisciplinary examination of work with narrative and stories in contemporary health and social care, with a focus on the care of people who are ill and dying.
The Value of Storytelling in Public Health and Medicine Liz Neeley - Executive Director, The Story Collider SUMMARY From public health campaigns to clinical settings, medical professionals must recognize, understand, and intervene in people's most vulnerable moments.
It is emotionally charged work, with the highest of Size: 80KB. Drawn from the popular "Narrative Matters" column in the journal Health Affairs, these essays embody a vision for a health care system that centers the humanity of patients and doctors alike.
Health care decision making affects patients and families first and foremost, yet their perspectives are not always factored into health policy deliberations and discussions. For people seeking a more satisfying healthcare experience, narrative medicine may be the answer. A growing field in health care, this practice encourages patients to tell the story of their health so that physicians can more thoroughly and.
“The goal of narrative medicine from its start has been to improve health care,” says Rita Charon, an internist and literary scholar who directs the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University and started the Program at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in to teach future doctors and medical clinicians.
The following pieces of literature are effective narrative selections to read together in narrative medicine group meetings with health care clinicians, patients, or other communities. After reading them silently or aloud, group members can consider and discuss the elements: frame, form, time, plot, and desire.
Narrative medicine has emerged in response to a commodified health care system that places corporate and bureaucratic concerns over the needs of the patient. Generated from a confluence of sources including humanities and medicine, primary care medicine, narratology, and the study of doctor-patient relationships, narrative medicine is medicine practiced with the competence.
A medical doctor trained at Stanford University School of Medicine, Lewis Mehl-Madrona has pioneered the conscious integration of Native American approaches to healing with 21st-century health care.
He is the author of Coyote Medicine, Coyote Healing, and Coyote Wisdom, a trilogy of books on what Native American culture has to offer the modern.
I. What is Narrative Medicine 1. The Sources of Narrative Medicine 2. Bridging Health Care's Divides 3. Narrative Features of Medicine II. Narratives of Illness 4. Telling One's Life 5.
The Patient, the Body, and the Self III. Developing Narrative Competence 6. Close Reading 7. Attention, Representation, and Affiliation 8. The Parallel Chart : Oxford University Press.
This comprehensive book celebrates the coming of age of narrative in health care. It uses narrative to go beyond the patient's story and address social, cultural, ethical, psychological, organizational and linguistic issues.
This book has been written to help health professionals and social scientists to use narrative more effectively in their.