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  1. Begin with a Text: Teaching the Poetics of Medicine. [REVIEW]Catherine Belling - 2013 - Journal of Medical Humanities 34 (4):481-491.
    This paper suggests that the purpose of humanities teaching within medical education should be primarily to teach and promote the informed, attentive, critical, and precise reading of the multiple texts that constitute medicine as a discursive field—in short, a poetics of medicine. This claim is illustrated by reconsidering Margaret Edson’s play Wit, not as it is often used in medical education, as a cautionary tale about unprofessional behavior or as a way to inculcate “humanistic skills,” but as an analysis of (...)
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