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Narratives, Health, and Healing

Communication Theory, Research, and Practice (Lea"s Communication Series) (Lea"s Communication Series)

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine: General Issues,
  • Physician and patient,
  • Health Care Issues,
  • Discourse analysis, Narrative,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Narration (Rhetoric),
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Health Risk Assessment,
  • Communication,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication,
  • Social medicine,
  • Healing

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsLynn M. Harter (Editor), Phyllis M. Japp (Editor), Christina S. Beck (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9650289M
    ISBN 100805850317
    ISBN 109780805850314

    Narrative therapy is a form of therapy that aims to separate the individual from the problem, allowing the individual to externalize their issues rather than internalize them. It relies on the individual’s own skills and sense of purpose to guide them through difficult times (“Narrative Therapy,” ). Narrative medicine has developed an identity already. Clinicians of many disciplines are being summoned to a practice that recognizes patients by receiving their accounts of self. Starting from different positions, the four authors have converged in a strong and shared commitment to narrative health care. They conceptualize narrative health care practices within frameworks .

    Storytelling provides health benefits, known as Narrative Medicine. Through a Cherokee healer, doctors have found a better way of treating patients and pointing them toward recovery. The story, not just medical history, but a spiritual and personal journey. Narrative medicine is a medical approach that utilizes people's narratives in clinical practice, research, and education as a way to promote healing. It aims to address the relational and psychological dimensions that occur in tandem with physical illness, with an attempt to deal with the individual stories of patients. In doing this, narrative medicine aims not only to validate the .

      Arthur Kleinman – The Illness Narratives: Suffering, Healing, & the Human Condition Arthur Kleinman is a practising psychiatrist and Professor of Anthropology at Harvard University. The book is an infusion of case histories and anthropological studies of patients and doctors from different cultural backgrounds. The Narrative Medicine Lunch & Learn event, supported by the Humanities Institute’s Story, Health, and Healing Initiative, is a monthly, informal workshop group to introduce any interested students and faculty (pre-health, liberal arts, PA, medical, CRNA, bioethics) to the principles of narrative medicine.


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Students will find it compelling and health communication scholars will find it theoretically grounded, provocative, and a welcome addition to the field of health communication."Cited by: "This book is noteworthy for the authors' rich, poignant narratives that integrate communication, health, and healing.

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"This book is noteworthy for the authors' rich, poignant narratives that integrate communication, health, and healing. Students will find it compelling and health communication scholars will find it theoretically grounded, provocative, and a welcome addition to the field of health communication.".

Narratives, Health, and Healing: Communication Theory, Research, and Practice, 1st Edition (e-Book) - Routledge This distinctive Narratives explores the use of narratives in the social construction of wellness Health illness. Narratives, Health, and Healing: Communication Theory, Research, and Practice (LEA's Communication Series) | Lynn M.

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A medical doctor trained at Stanford University School of Medicine, Lewis Mehl-Madrona has pioneered the conscious integration of Native American approaches to healing with 21st-century health care.

He is the author of Coyote Medicine, Coyote Healing, and Coyote Wisdom, a trilogy of books on what Native American culture has to offer the modern.

Books shelved as narrative-medicine: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, The Death of Ivan Ilych by Leo Tolstoy, The Wounded Storyteller: Body, Il. “Healing Home is a book of high quality on all dimensions – theoretical, methodological, substantive, and technical.

Vanessa Oliver’s focus on ‘homeless’ young women in Canada, as well as her provision of space for them to tell their stories, is unique: despite the ever-proliferating literatures on homelessness, even feminist researchers have paid very little attention to youth.

This distinctive collection explores the use of narratives in the social construction of wellness and illness. Narratives, Health, and Healing emphasizes what the process of narrating accomplishes--how it serves in the health communication process where people define themselves and present their social and relational identities.

Narrative Healing Class Narrative Healing engages our primal way of seeing and thinking about ourselves. Our healing story is a creative inquiry in forward engagement. By reflecting upon our experience of recovering from illness, trauma or injury, we deepen our understanding and skill in returning to wellness.

The effective practice of medicine requires narrative competence, that is, the ability to acknowledge, absorb, interpret, and act on the stories and plights of others. Medicine practiced with narrative competence, called narrative medicine, is proposed as a model for humane and effective medical practice.

Adopting methods such as close reading Cited by: The s eminal books framing the project including Arthur Kleinman’s  The Illness Narratives: Suffering, Healing, and The Human Condition  which first pointed out that such stories – of those who, as Susan Sontag memorably said, hold citizenship in the kingdom of the ill’, for ‘illness is the night-side of life’ – beat the bounds of the human condition.

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In telling all kinds of stories, we find healing.”33 Thus, narratives can have a healing effect—both in listening to the stories of others and in telling one's own story Concrete evidence for this has been given especially in writing about illness and traumatic events, 36 Hatem and Rider, for example, cite clinical studies that show Cited by: "This book is noteworthy for the authors' rich, poignant narratives that integrate communication, health, and healing.

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Weaving together the authors’ own healing narratives, diverse case studies and skillful step-by-step methodology, this book reveals the powerful benefits of shifting one’s story from the conventional medical model of disease and cure, to the powerful honesty of narrative healing.

It is thought that this repetition exposes people to trauma cues within the narrative, thereby enclosing the experience as an autobiography and allowing the trauma to be processed. In a similar fashion, illness narratives are important for the process of healing and coping with a diagnosis.

Illness Narratives: Suffering, Healing, and the Human Condition. Author: Arthur Kleinman. Synopsis. Why is there such a wide gulf between the concern of patients about their illness, and the primary focus of doctors on disease?Why do physicians commonly show an ‘overriding interest in disease’ and exhibit a ‘disregard of illness’ (page ).- Explore karinsandstroem's board "Kloka ord" on Pinterest.

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Organized into four parts, the chapters included here examine health narratives in interpersonal relationships, organizations.