SIMULATIONISTS: All professionals engaged in patient simultations for teaching and assessing clinical and teamwork skills – standardized/simulated patients (SP), SP educators, mannequin-based simulation educators, clinical faculty, simulation technicians, and administrators.
Narrative medicine develops the art of radical listening through close reading, discussion, and reflective writing on a work of art: narrative texts, poems, paintings, photographs, song, and music. Through this practice we are open to our personal interpretations of the art we explore, sharing our impressions, and allowing others to express themselves fully and completely, without interruption and without preconceived notions on our part; fully absorbing and resonating to what others are saying. By developing narrative competence we develop our capacity for mindful attention, empathy, and respect for others.
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