2020年11月21日 9:08 PM #6306Mark Chastainゲスト
The Role of Narrative in Medical Ethics
by Rita Charon, Martha Montello, Charles M. Anderson, Joanne Trautmann Banks, Wayne C. Booth, Howard Brody, Jerome Bruner, Ronald A. Carson, Tod Chambers
- Publisher: Routledge
- Release date: June 16, 2002
- Language: english
- Format: paperback, 242 pages
- ISBN: 9780415928380 (0415928389)
- Author: Rita Charon, Martha Montello, Charles M. Anderson, Joanne Trautmann Banks, Wayne C. Booth, Howard Brody, Jerome Bruner, Ronald A. Carson, Tod Chambers
About The Book
The doctor-patient relationship starts with a story. Doctors’ notes, a patient’s chart, and insurance justifications all hinge on written and verbal narrative interaction. Narrative practice profoundly affects medical decision-making, patient health and treatment, and the everyday practice of medicine. Doctors and researchers have also found that narrative provides clarity and insight into medical ethics. Bioethicists, medical students, and practicing health professionals are increasingly using narrative ethics to guide their work. In their original essays, the contributors to Stories Matter provide conceptual foundations, practical guidelines, and theoretical considerations central to the practice of narrative ethics. Through clinical case histories, they explore the methods physicians and ethicists use to make some of their most difficult moral decisions.
EPUB Stories Matter iOS on IndieBound. FictionBook book Stories Matter Rita Charon buy cheap. PDF ebook Stories Matter download for iPhone.
Hardcover ebook Stories Matter by Rita Charon read online on Powells. Online book Stories Matter Rita Charon buy. FB2 Stories Matter read on Kindle on Books-a-Million.
MP3 book Stories Matter by Rita Charon download for reader on Book Depository. Paperback Stories Matter. TXT ebook Stories Matter Rita Charon PC on Walmart.