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  1. Reflections on a New Medical Cosmology.D. Greaves - 2002 - Journal of Medical Ethics 28 (2):81-85.
    Since the nineteenth century the theory and practice of mainstream Western medicine has been grounded in the biomedical model. In the later years of the twentieth century, however, it has faced a range of serious problems, which when viewed collectively, remain unresolved despite a variety of responses. The question we now face is whether these problems can be dealt with by modifying and extending the principles underlying the biomedical model, or whether a more radical solution is required. Recent critiques of (...)
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  • "Sharing the Impact of the Disease": A Workshop on Suffering for Medical Students.W. Lewis & K. Hawthorne - 2008 - Medical Humanities 34 (2):100-106.
    Objectives: To investigate the attitudes of early clinical students to the concept of suffering and the work of Eric Cassell. Design: Qualitative case study using group interviews and questionnaires. Setting: A United Kingdom medical school. Participants: Two whole-year cohorts of third-year medical students (n = 557). Interventions: Group interviews involving 57 randomly selected students, with exploration of emergent themes using free text and Lickert scale questionnaires. Results: Students engaged readily with the concept of suffering and were able to identify a (...)
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  • Clinical Evaluation: Constructing a New Model for Post‚ÄźNormal Medicine.Kieran Sweeney Ma Mphil Frcgp & David Kernick Md Mrcgp - 2002 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 8 (2):131-138.