By Colin Robertson, Gareth Clegg
Throughout our lives, tale is the medium each one folks makes use of to make feel of our surroundings and relationships. tales offer that means and context, enriching our reports and equipping us with a framework to navigate our existence.
Storytelling in medication
is aunique, functional ebook for healthcare trainees, practitioners and educators that explores the guidelines and perform of narrative and storytelling that lie on the very center of scientific drugs and the sufferer ‘experience’ of care. It indicates how tale and narrative can be utilized successfully to assist show recommendations resembling diagnosis and the influence of disorder upon lifestyles, and to organize sufferers and their family members for tricky and painful information.
Offering a selected perception into verbal exchange through and among healthcare pros, and the way it may be refocused and greater, the ebook is a useful instructing relief for educators operating in either small and massive codecs, and for only- and postgraduate students.
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