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From the Los Angeles Times:

Using narrative medicine to better understand patients’ stories

Dr. Deepthiman Gowda, assistant dean for medical education, on training doctors to consider peoples’ life experiences

June 12, 2020

Narrative medicine is an emerging discipline that … “[T]rains physicians to care about patients’ singular, lived experiences, and how illness is really affecting them ... The training may entail a close group reading of creative works such as poetry or literature, or watching dance or a film, or listening to music.”

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