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STORIES MATTER: HOW NARRATIVE MEDICINE CAN IMPROVE COMMUNICATION, PREVENT BURNOUT AND BUILD RESILIENCE IN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND OTHER HUMAN BEINGS

October 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT

JACQUELINE GENOVESE, MA, MFA
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF MEDICINE AND THE MUSE, STANFORD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Presented ByJacqueline Genovese, MA, MFA

Art and medicine, especially literature, used to be two sides of the same coin. Even Galen had a writing practice and a scribe. Reintroducing literature and writing in manageable amounts to busy physicians can help increase empathy for self and colleagues and build community.

Desired Outcomes:

  • Realize improvements in your writing skills
  • Define methods for incorporating writing and humanities into medical education, patient care and/or their professional development schemes
  • Identify the role that humanities activities can play in education/patient care activities
  • Identify avenues to pursue that can improve your create or reflective writing, helping you build resilience and decrease burnout.

CME Activity Flyer PDF

Details

Date:
October 16
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Category:

Organizer

Craig Walls, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer, NMC

Venue

Natividad Medical Center
1441 Constitution Blvd
Salinas, CA 93906 United States
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Phone:
831-755-4111
Website:
www.natividad.com