Narrative Medicine News
What is clinical empathy, why do we need it, and how can clinicians further develop this skill?
At the Narrative and Medicine: Caring for the Future Conference in Lisbon, Charon shared her own recent experience of illness, care, and connection.
The author of The 2-Hour Job Search shared his strategies for organizing and prioritizing one’s list of prospective employers.
Nellie Hermann, creative director of the M.S. in Narrative Medicine program, discussed her new novel, the process of writing, and blurring the lines between fiction and nonfiction narratives.
Compelled by an underexplored time period in the iconic artist’s life, Hermann draws upon biographies and historical records to craft a meditation on creativity and redemption.
Across our master’s programs, our free event series featured experts from the realms of medicine, visual arts, and more. Take a look at our best videos from these sessions.
Considering graduate school? Wondering how to fit it in amidst your work and family life? Read on for our advice.
The authors of the books The Empathy Exams and Epilogue explored how cultural expectations surround suffering with silence and how clinicians can respond to these symptoms more empathetically.
Through a daylong storytelling lab for medical professionals and creative professionals, participants uncovered what ails health care in America.
From internships to recommendation letters to supplemental essays, admissions professionals shared the do’s and don’ts of applying to graduate school.