#6 Medical Blog assignments-6 - HSC 101 Intro to Health...

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HSC 101 Intro to Health Professions Study of Narrative in Medicine This assignment will ask you to read blogs that medical professionals and students write, describing their experiences working with patients. >This blog from the New York Times presents interesting case stories from a variety of points of view, but primarily from the proffessional. >This blog is written by medical students and residents so has a student perspective Assignment: 1. Select ONE article in which the healthcare professional describes his or her interactions with patients, colleagues or the community. You might need to read a few to find ONE that works for this assignment.
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  • Summer '16
  • Sharon Petrushka
  • Nutrition, Writing, Physician, Narrative in Medicine, interesting case stories

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