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    The Orphan Child: Humanities in Modern Medical Education.Mary E. Kollmer Horton - 2019 - Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 14 (1):1.
    Use of humanities content in American medical education has been debated for well over 60 years. While many respected scholars and medical educators have purported the value of humanities content in medical training, its inclusion remains unstandardized, and the undergraduate medical curriculum continues to be focused on scientific and technical content. Cited barriers to the integration of humanities include time and space in an already overburdened curriculum, and a lack of consensus on the exact content, pedagogy and instruction. Edmund Pellegrino, (...)
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    Commentary: Patient Well-Being and Individual Outcomes in the Medical Practice: Impulses From Philosophy.Gernot Rüter & Thomas Fröhlich - 2019 - Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 14 (1):2.
    In an everyday private practice setting, regularly also existential topics will emerge from doctor-patient encounters. These are often questions of coping with life and lifestyle. To enable a thorough discussion of such topics, an implicit, and sometimes also explicit reference to a philosophical background is needed. Philosophical concepts to be used in this realm are discussed. An individual patient-doctor interaction is used as an example to demonstrate the doctor’s choice of hermeneutical and phenomenological philosophical concepts.
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