Are you a student or soon to be a student at a healthcare professional school? The Summer Institute in Narrative Medicine is opening registration to students of all healthcare professions.
The Program in Narrative Medicine of Columbia University is co-sponsoring an intensive Summer Institute in Narrative Medicine with the American Medical Student Association on June 8 – 12, 2015.
They are seeking pre-medical college undergraduates and medical students, and those studying in other health care fields, who want to develop knowledge and skill in Narrative Medicine. This five-day institute will deliver keynote lectures and small-group training in the fundamentals of narrative approaches to clinical care.
- Receive intensive training in close reading, creative writing, and reflective practice
- Learn from the national leaders in inter-professional and inter-disciplinary education and team-building
- Hands-on creative projects in language, visual art, performance art, and multi-media
- Study with Master of Science in Narrative Medicine graduates, students, and faculty
- Visit New York resources in the arts, music, and theatre
I took the Narrative Medicine 3-day course previously and highly recommend it. Feel free to contact me if you would like to speak more about my experience. Plus, I am happy to recommend some good reads!
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The first is freely available:
A Bold New Vision for America’s Health Care System
Hassmiller, Susan B. PhD, RN, FAAN; Reinhard, Susan C. PhD, RN, FAAN
AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 115(2):49-55, February 2015
The following can be found in our full-text Ejournals at http://library.buffalo.edu/findlibrarymaterials/ejournals/
Interprofessional Collaboration and Education: Working Together to Ensure Excellence in Health Care.
Sullivan, Mary PhD, RN, FAAN; D. Kiovsky, Richard MD, FAAFP; J. Mason, Diana PhD, RN, FAAN; D. Hill, Cordelia LMSW; Dukes, Carissa GS
AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 115(3):47-54, March 2015.
The campaign site is http://campaignforaction.org/Campaignjournalarticles). The American Journal of Nursing and Nursing Outlook will publish a series of articles written by the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action leaders focusing on progress made in advancing nursing since the release of the Institute of Medicine’s landmark report on nursing nearly five years ago. The articles also look at barriers to change and work still needed to implement the IOM’s recommendations.
Nurses: Need some Spring Break reading? Find the full-text in our Ejournal collection:
Broome, M. E. (2014). Open access publishing: A disruptive innovation. Nursing Outlook, 62(2), 69-71. doi: 10.1016/j.outlook.2014.02.004
Conn, V. S., & Coon Sells, T. G. (2014). Is It Time to Write a Review Article? Western Journal of Nursing Research, 36(4), 435-439. doi: 10.1177/0193945913519060
Henly, S. J. (2013). Use Progress in Psychometrics to Advance Nursing Science. Nursing Research, 62(3), 147-148. doi: 10.1097/NNR.0b013e318294b509
Henly, S. J. (2014). Finding the Right Journal to Disseminate Your Research. Nursing Research, 63(6), 387-387. doi: 10.1097/NNR.0000000000000066
Kearney, M. H. (2014). Hoping for a TREND toward PRISMA: The Variety and Value of Research Reporting Guidelines. Research in Nursing & Health, 37(2), 85-87. doi: 10.1002/nur.21591
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