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Health Humanities Reader / Therese Jones, Lester D. Friedman, Delese Wear.

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Publication:
New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press, [2014]
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (448 p.) : 12 photographs, 2 graphic chap
Subjects:
Communication in medicine.
Medical education.
Medicine and the humanities.
Medicine -- Philosophy.
Local subjects:
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narrative medicine. (search)
Language:
In English.
System Details:
Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
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Summary:
Over the past forty years, the health humanities, previously called the medical humanities, has emerged as one of the most exciting fields for interdisciplinary scholarship, advancing humanistic inquiry into bioethics, human rights, health care, and the uses of technology. It has also helped inspire medical practitioners to engage in deeper reflection about the human elements of their practice. In Health Humanities Reader, editors Therese Jones, Delese Wear, and Lester D. Friedman have assembled fifty-four leading scholars, educators, artists, and clinicians to survey the rich body of work that has already emerged from the field-and to imagine fresh approaches to the health humanities in these original essays. The collection's contributors reflect the extraordinary diversity of the field, including scholars from the disciplines of disability studies, history, literature, nursing, religion, narrative medicine, philosophy, bioethics, medicine, and the social sciences. With warmth and humor, critical acumen and ethical insight, Health Humanities Reader truly humanizes the field of medicine. Its accessible language and broad scope offers something for everyone from the experienced medical professional to a reader interested in health and illness.
Contents:
Frontmatter
Contents
Foreword: Too Long Too Short / Vonnegut, Mark
Acknowledgments
Introduction: The Why, The What, And The How Of The Medical/Health Humanities / Friedman, Lester D. / Wear, Delese / Jones, Therese
Part I. Disease And Illness
Chapter 1. Being A Good Story: The Humanities As Therapeutic Practice / Frank, Arthur W.
Chapter 2. Illuminating The It, Thee, And We Of Disease And Illness: The Metamorphosis And Related Works / Soricelli, Rhonda L. / Flood, David H.
Chapter 3. "This Weird, Incurable Disease": Competing Diagnoses In The Rhetoric Of Morgellons / Keränen, Lisa
Chapter 4. My Quest For Health / Wall, Shelley / Sappol, Michael
Part II. Disability
Chapter 5. Disability In Two Doctor Stories / Holmes, Martha Stoddard
Chapter 6. Music And Disability / Straus, Joseph N.
Chapter 7. American Narrative Films And Disability: An Uneasy History / Norden, Martin F.
Chapter 8. Standout / Iezzoni, Lisa I.
Part III. Death And Dying
Chapter 9. When The Doctor Is Not God: The Impact Of Religion On Medical Decision Making At The End Of Life / Cohn, Felicia
Chapter 10. Postmodern Death And Dying: A Literary Analysis / Lantos, John / Montello, Martha
Chapter 11. Second Degree Block: Poem And Commentary / Haddad, Amy
Part IV. Patient- Professional Relationships
Chapter 12. Social Studies: The Humanities, Narrative, And The Social Context Of The Patient-Professional Relationship / Garden, Rebecca
Chapter 13. Humanities And The Medical Home / Hester, Rebecca / Brody, Howard / Clark, Mark
Chapter 14. Occupational Medicine / Coulehan, Jack
Part V. The Body
Chapter 15. The Virtues Of The Imperfect Body / Tong, Rosemarie
Chapter 16. Seeing Bodies In Pain / Gilman, Sander L.
Chapter 17. Public Fetuses / Hausman, Bernice L.
Chapter 18. More Body: A Performance For Five (Or More) Bodies / Case, Gretchen A.
Part VI. Gender And Sexuality
Chapter 19. Adult Intake Form / Peterkin, Allan
Chapter 20. What Is Sex For? Or, The Many Uses Of The Vag / Dreger, Alice
Chapter 21. "I Always Prefer The Scissors": Isaac Baker Brown And Feminist Histories Of Medicine / Levine-Clark, Marjorie
Chapter 22. Comics In The Health Humanities: A New Approach To Sex And Gender Education / Squier, Susan M.
Chapter 23. I Am Gula, Hear Me Roar: On Gender And Medicine / Campo, Rafael
Part VII. Race And Class
Chapter 24. Listening As Freedom: Narrative, Health, And Social Justice / DasGupta, Sayantani
Chapter 25. Race And Mental Health / Metzl, Jonathan M.
Chapter 26. Law'S Hand In Race, Class, And Health Inequities: On The Humanities And The Social Determinants Of Health / Goldberg, Daniel
Chapter 27. The Rooms Of Our Souls / Grainger-Monsen, Maren
Part VIII. Aging
Chapter 28. "Old Age Isn'T A Battle, It'S A Massacre": Reading Philip Roth'S Everyman / Saxton, Benjamin / Cole, Thomas R.
Chapter 29. "Do You Remember Me?" Constructions Of Alzheimer'S Disease In Literature And Film / Kaplan, E. Ann
Chapter 30. Love In The Time Of Dementia / Winakur, Jerald
Part IX. Mental Illness
Chapter 31. Narrating Our Sadness, With A Little Help From The Humanities / Lewis, Brad
Chapter 32. Teaching Narratives Of Mental Illness / Jones, Anne Hudson
Chapter 33. Community Psychiatry And The Medical Humanities / Rowe, Michael
Chapter 34. Culpability / Williams, Ian
Part X. Spirituality And Religion
Chapter 35. Rites Of Bioethics / Chambers, Tod
Chapter 36. Health And Humanities: Spirituality And Religion / Selman, Lucy / Barfield, Raymond C.
Chapter 37. Scientia Mortis And The Ars Moriendi: To The Memory Of Norman / Bishop, Jeffrey P.
Chapter 38. Meditations Of An Anesthesiologist: Poem And Commentary / Shafer, Audrey
Part XI. Science And Technology
Chapter 39. Andromeda'S Futures: A Story Of Humanities, Technology, Science, And Art / Belling, Catherine
Chapter 40. Knowing And Seeing: Reconstructing Frankenstein / Wolpe, Paul Root
Chapter 41. A Brief History Of Love: A Rationale For The History Of Epidemics / Kavey, Allison B.
Chapter 42. Calcedonies / Nisker, Jeff
Part XII. Health Professions Education
Chapter 43. Teaching Autism Through Naturalized Narrative Ethics: Closing The Divide Between Bioethics And Medical Humanities / Aultman, Julie M.
Chapter 44. Courting Discomfort In An Undergraduate Health Humanities Classroom / Lamb, Erin Gentry / Blackie, Michael
Chapter 45. The Medical Humanities In Medical Education: Toward A Medical Aesthetics Of Resistance / Bleakley, Alan
Chapter 46. In Defense Of Cheaper Stethoscopes / Baruch, Jay
References
Notes On Contributors
Index
Notes:
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 21. Dez 2019)
Contributor:
Belling, Catherine.
Bishop, Jeffrey P.
Blackie, Michael;Aultman, Julie M.;Bleakley, Alan;Baruch, Jay;Tong, Rosemarie;Barfield, Raymond C.;Lantos, John;Haddad, Amy;Garden, Rebecca;Clark, Mark;Hester, Rebecca;Coulehan, Jack;Gilman, Sander L.;Hausman, Bernice;Case, Gretchen A.;Peterkin, Allen;Dreger, Alice;Levine-Clark, Marjorie;Squier, Susan M.;Campo, Rafael;DasGupta, Sayantani;Iezzoni, Lisa I.;Cohn, Felicia;Vonnegut, Mark;Frank, Arthur W.
Brody, Howard.
Chambers, Tod.
Cole, Thomas R.
Flood, David H.
Friedman, Lester D., editor., Editor,
Goldberg, Dan (Daniel)
Grainger-Monsen, Maren.
Stoddard Holmes, Martha.
Jones, Anne Hudson.
Jones, Therese, editor., Editor,
Kaplan, E. Ann.
Kavey, Allison B.
Keränen, Lisa.
Lamb, Erin Gentry.
Lewis, Bradley.
Metzl, Jonathan M.
Montello, Martha.
Nisker, Jeffrey A.
Norden, Martin F.
Rowe, Michael.
Sappol, Michael.
Saxton, Benjamin.
Selman, Lucy.
Shafer, Audrey.
Soricelli, Rhonda L.
Straus, Joseph N.
Wall, Shelley.
Wear, Delese, editor., Editor,
Williams, Ian.
Winakur, Jerald.
Wolpe, Paul Root.
De Gruyter.
Contained In:
De Gruyter University Press Library.
ISBN:
9780813562483
OCLC:
892910505
Publisher Number:
10.36019/9780813562483 doi
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