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Workshop: Self‑care and Resilience
September 17th, 2020
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Dr. Tracy Moniz
This workshop provides a space for creative reflection through engagement with narrative medicine. You will be introduced to the field of narrative medicine and experience its methods of close reading and reflective writing.
This workshop aims to:
• Deepen understanding of narrative medicine—and the health humanities, broadly—as an approach to documenting, bearing witness to, and making meaning of experiences of illness and health care; and
• Explore literature and writing as tools that promote reflection, expression, and personal and professional growth.
Participants will engage in group discussion and reflective writing, and they will be asked to share their written reflections with other
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