tedmed_wh_rgb Narrative Humility Narrative humility is a philosophy of listening which holds potential beyond health care as well, in any situation where more powerful individuals engage with stories of those who are socially, culturally or politically less powerful. It acknowledges that the listener -- be that a clinician, reporter, policy maker, or teacher -- must willingly place herself in a position of some transparency. The witness must not only see, but be seen, and by doing so, enable herself to see even more clearly.
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NYT Doctors, Revolt! The real work is compassion, empathy, and listening....
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New York Times How Doctors Die: Showing Others the Way by Dan Gorenstein A doctor’s personal account of finding the courage to break the pattern and stop fighting.
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