Lessons in Stories: Why Narrative Medicine Has a Role in Pediatric Palliative Care Training

Title

Lessons in Stories: Why Narrative Medicine Has a Role in Pediatric Palliative Care Training

Creator

Lanocha N

Publisher

Children

Date

2021

Subject

narrative medicine; pediatric palliative care; reflection; training

Description

Narrative medicine is introduced and explored as a potential tool for developing competency in medical training, including reduction of burnout, sustaining empathy, and allowing for reflective practice. Developing cultural humility, communication skills, ethics, community building, and advocacy are also reviewed as domains that may be bolstered by training in narrative. Applications specific to pediatric palliative care are suggested, along with avenues for further research.

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Citation List Month

June 2021 List

Collection

Citation

Lanocha N, “Lessons in Stories: Why Narrative Medicine Has a Role in Pediatric Palliative Care Training,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed June 30, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/17577.

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