Account Medicine at UNM IRCME Symposium March 16, 2007

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Affirmation: the general population who did this work. Julie ReichertDirects UNM\'s Narrative Medicine system creator, autonomous filmmakerSummers Kalishman, PhDDirects the Office of Program EvaluationBrian Solan, MDDirects the mid year preceptorship. Targets. Depict Narrative Medicine Link Narrative Medicine to Professionalism Share UNM\'s Narrative Medicine resultsConsider JAPANESE social traditi

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Account Medicine at UNM IRCME Symposium March 16, 2007 Ellen M. Cosgrove, MD FACP Senior Associate Dean, Education University of New Mexico

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Acknowledgment: the general population who did this work Julie Reichert Directs UNM's Narrative Medicine program creator, free producer Summers Kalishman, PhD Directs the Office of Program Evaluation Brian Solan, MD Directs the late spring preceptorship

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Objectives Describe Narrative Medicine Link Narrative Medicine to Professionalism Share UNM's Narrative Medicine comes about Consider JAPANESE social conventions & account pharmaceutical

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Is this a decent utilization of your time? What Japanese social customs and scholarly structures energize reflection? What would YOU like to gain from this address?

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Dedication Kimitaka Kaga, MD PhD TANKA of the DYING

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What is Narrative Medicine? Worldwide development to incorporate intelligent perusing and writing in doctor rehearse Poetry, stories, journals composed by specialists, other human services experts, understudies and patients

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REFLECTION a "crucial procedure in the changing of involvement into learning, aptitudes and attitudes" Robertson, K. Appearance in expert practice and training, Australian Family Physician , 2005; 34(9), pp. 781-783. a key stride in both deep rooted learning and the advancement of polished methodology practically speaking . Novack DM et al. Aligning the Physician: Personal Awareness and Effective Patient Care. JAMA. 1997; 278: 502-509.

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Narrative Medicine gives a gathering to insightful self-reflection Improves persistent focused care Yamada, S.et al. Family stories, culture, and understanding focused drug, Medical Student Education , 2003; 35(4), pp.279-283. diminishes professional anxiety Brady, DWet al. "What's critical to you?": The utilization of accounts to elevate self-reflection and to comprehend the encounters of restorative inhabitants, Annals of Internal Medicine , 2002; 137(3), pp. 220-223.

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Narrative Medicine Skills Observation undivided attention capacity to recount the patient's story Verghese A. The doctor as storyteller. Ann Intern Med 2001;135:1012-7.

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Narrative Medicine & compassion understudies work on taking the perspective of someone else (a patient, relative, other human services suppliers) they see the patient as a man inside a family, group, and culture Halpern J. From disconnected worry to compassion: acculturating medicinal practice. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. Das Gupta S & Charon R. Individual Illness Narratives: Using Reflective Writing to Teach Empathy. Acad Med. 2004;79:351–356.

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Narrative Medicine & PIE UNM restorative understudies between their first and second years burn through nine summer weeks living & working in a country clinical practice "Down to earth Immersion Experience (PIE)" Self-chose understudies compose brilliantly once per week to volunteer doctor coaches on grounds set up of one H&P Mentors react in kind by means of email

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Narrative Medicine does not make therapeutic understudies into "writers," but rather improves them specialists supporting their aptitudes of perception empowering their appearance in a clinical setting showsibg the understudies that their musings, emotions, and inquiries are heard hrough the reactions from the guides.

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Students say this composition helped them to: see their clinical work attentively turn out to be more perceptive and investigative search for repetitive examples react better to patients.

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Content examination Julie Reichert read one work by every understudy. Significant topics: Cultural difficulties Ethical issues: truth telling Importance of undivided attention

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Initiation: first-time encounters Many of the understudies' stories tended to first-time encounters – seeing birth and approaching passing, attempting hands-on systems

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Identity The understudies pondered their identity getting to be as they went up against the part of being a doctor An understudy's torment as he thinks about how his new restorative learning and concentrate on turning into a specialist is driving him far from his regular workers family and his underlying foundations.

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Awe Many understudies wondered about the sheer excellence of patients and of the act of prescription: The "exhaustion loaded with love" of a 74-year old father dealing with a 45-year-old formatively incapacitated little girl

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Frustration and baffle Some understudies expounded on issues with preceptors, the breaking points of pharmaceutical, and other troublesome subjects. Seeing the difference in a preceptor's negative disposition in treating a suicide survivor ("voluntarily" sick) with state of mind in tending to a more established, kicking the bucket quiet Feeling defenseless and furious in regards to a maturing couple's losing their autonomy

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Questioning Sometimes, understudies' experience evoked surprising considerations and inquiries concerning restorative practice. Watching a cooperation between mother/youngster and doctor, addressing the amount of medicinal instruction ought to be science, and how much humanities The oddity of discovering debilitated kids fascinating and well children exhausting

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Values Students addressed themselves when abruptly confronted with troublesome moral circumstances Feeling morally tested even with a withering patient who rejects mind

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Community: Students watched the regularly new groups Being suddenly invited to an uncommon supper in the Zuni Pueblo people group Observing the coherence of care that the preceptor doctor has given over the numerous times of work on Appreciating the characteristics of the general population living in a provincial group in the wake of watching the stoicism and bravery of an incapacitated individual from that group

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Faculty remarks: reacting to understudy's intelligent written work makes the tutor more intelligent Helps keep me in contact with understudies at the early phase of preparing I showed signs of improvement understanding into how understudies develop after some time. It has made me take a gander at my own conduct as an instructor, tutor and clinician.

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Faculty remarks I was extremely uninformed that the understudy would be presented to taking alternate routes in their workup and not realize that they were doing same. I feel more required in the instructive procedure and value the battles of the contemporary understudy.

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RESULTS: "time well spent" Students and guides overwhelmingly positive Most tutors return Explosion of understudy enthusiasm: From a class of 75 understudies: 9 took Narrative Medicine track in 2005 22 in 2006 54 in 2007

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CONCLUSION: A Narrative Medicine experience can be: easy to set up , requires an exceptionally unobtrusive interest in understudy and personnel time remunerates the exertion with expanded reflection and fulfillment for both understudies and staff.

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