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Traditional understandings about the hurdles women face when writing still apply to women clinicians today. Gender role expectations involving time, space, children, and caring commitments create obstacles for women when writing, both at home and in the workplace. Although men clinicians remove...
article significantly advances the reconciliation of British narrative-based medicine and North American narrative medicine. Launer offers a compelling demonstration of medicine as what he calls a story-making activity. He shows how physicians can create a space for storytelling in the medical...
Multiple barriers to optimal behavioral health care in primary care settings exist, yet it continues to be the treatment setting of choice for most people with behavioral health conditions. This article describes some of these barriers and how information technology may address them. The authors...
New technologies and applications offer great promise for behavioral medicine as well as unanticipated costs, and challenges to implementation. The article by Zeman and colleagues provides an unusually detailed and transparent view of a research project on implementation of a computer-based...
Citizen health care is a way to engage patients, families, and communities as coproducers of health and health care. It goes beyond the activated patient to the activated community, with professionals acquiring community organizing skills for working with individuals and families who see...
Narrative-based primary care has emerged in the United Kingdom through the convergence of narrative-based medicine and family systems medicine. This article describes how the convergence took place and gives an account of the theoretical ideas that underpin narrative-based primary care. The...
Many studies report that couples with children who have chronic health conditions have more marital dissatisfaction and depressive symptoms than other parents. However, much of the research is cross-sectional and uses maternal reports. This study addresses prior limitations in the research by...
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