- Foreword—At the Coalface: Engaging the Humanities in Medical Education
- About the Authors
- 1 Why Are the Health Humanities Relevant (and Vital) in Postgraduate Medical Education?
- 2 Redirecting the Clinical Gaze
- 3 Narrative Medicine in Postgraduate Medical Education
- 4 “Learning on the Job”
- 5 The Visible Curriculum
- 6 Teaching the Social Sciences in Residency
- 7 The Use of Theater with Medical Residents
- 8 Promoting Collaborative Competencies
- 9 Teaching History of Medicine/Healthcare in Residency
- 10 Difficult Conversations
- 11 How to Fund and Promote Arts-Based Initiatives in Postgraduate Medical Education
(p. xxi) About the Authors
Allan D. Peterkin
and Anna Skorzewska
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