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- 1 Why Are the Health Humanities Relevant (and Vital) in Postgraduate Medical Education?Anna Skorzewska and Allan D. Peterkin
- 2 Redirecting the Clinical Gaze: Film as a Tool of Critical Reflection in Residency TrainingElysse Leonard and Michael Tau
- 3 Narrative Medicine in Postgraduate Medical Education: Practices, Principles, ParadoxesShannon Arntfield and Kathryn Hynes
- 4 “Learning on the Job”: Ethics in Postgraduate Medical EducationChryssa McAlister, Mona Gupta, Carrie Bernard, Neda Ghiam, and Philip C. Hébert
- 5 The Visible CurriculumEva-Marie Stern and Shelley Wall
- 6 Teaching the Social Sciences in ResidencyZac Feilchenfeld, Ayelet Kuper, Farah Friesen, Amanda Chen, and Cynthia Whitehead
- 7 The Use of Theater with Medical Residents: An Embodied Approach to Learning about Self and OtherL. J. Nelles, Peggy Hamilton, Paul Robert D’Alessandro, Sonia Anne Butterworth, Gerri Frager, Jeremy Rezmovitz, Lu Gao, Suvendrini Lena, and Anna Skorzewska
- 8 Promoting Collaborative Competencies: Using the Arts and the Humanities to Enhance Relational Practice and TeamworkSylvia Langlois and Karen Gold
- 9 Teaching History of Medicine/Healthcare in Residency Edward Shorter and Susan E. Bélanger
- 10 Difficult Conversations: Evaluating the Medical HumanitiesMartina Kelly
- 11 How to Fund and Promote Arts-Based Initiatives in Postgraduate Medical EducationRobert Pierre Tomas†