Narrative medicine may give us better, more empathic doctors

With evidence growing that exposure to literature and writing during medical training can humanize the teaching process, medical programs are incorporating short stories, poems, and essays into their training. This combination of literature and medicine is often called narrative medicine, and has been shown to encourage empathy in doctors and help break down the barriers between them and their patients. Article

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