Narrative Medicine News
Graduates Jonathan Chou and Dominic Decker say that the M.S. in Narrative Medicine program has shaped their medical careers in invaluable ways.
Master of Science in Narrative Medicine faculty member Murray Nossel, Ph.D. offers advice on how to become a better listener.
Master of Science in Narrative Medicine faculty member Murray Nossel, Ph.D., highlights the key differences in communication among friends versus communication among coworkers.
Storytelling can help businesses thrive, says Murray Nossel, Ph.D., faculty for the Master of Science in Narrative Medicine program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies.
Times Higher Education recently featured Narrative Medicine Executive Director Rita Charon, M.D. in an article about scholars who challenge conventions by crossing disciplines.
A new book by Master of Science in Narrative Medicine alum Gayatri Devi, M.D. radically rewrites the story of Alzheimer’s disease by defining it as an individual spectrum disorder.
Craig Irvine, Ph.D., Academic Director of Columbia University’s Master of Science in Narrative Medicine program, is included in George Yancy's new collection of interviews, "On Race," published today by Oxford University Press.
In May, Rita Charon, M.D., Ph.D., was named director of the Virginia Apgar Academy, a community of educators at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S). In this Q&A, she speaks about her new role, the importance that doctors talk with people outside the field of medicine, and what’s next for her.
The Spring 2017 Narrative Medicine Rounds includes Dr. Lucy Kalanithi, the widow of the late Dr. Paul Kalanithi, author of When Breath Becomes Air, and New Yorker staff writer Rachel Aviv.
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