What Can Doctors Learn from Narrative Medicine?

By Damiana Andonova Much like how the Stanford Medicine 25 is an initiative to revive the culture of bedside medicine, narrative medicine is a defense for the practice of medicine with narrative competence… Patient-centered care is an important aspect of the National Strategy for Quality Improvement on Health Care. As such, healthcare institutions are strongly

Teaching Humility at the Bedside

By Damiana Andonova In 1906, William Osler addressed the University of Minnesota medical students with some moving words. “In these days of aggressive self-assertion, when the stress of competition is so keen and the desire to make the most of oneself so universal, it may seem a little old-fashioned to preach the necessity of humility,