Can Literature Make A Better Doctor? Could reading literature or writing memoirs help doctors be better caregivers? Dr. Jerome Groopman, author of How Doctors Think, and Nellie Hermann, creative director of Columbia University's narrative medicine program, discuss what stories might mean for the future of medical education and practice.
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Can Literature Make A Better Doctor?

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Can Literature Make A Better Doctor?

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Can Literature Make A Better Doctor?

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Could reading literature or writing memoirs help doctors be better caregivers? Dr. Jerome Groopman, author of How Doctors Think, and Nellie Hermann, creative director of Columbia University's narrative medicine program, discuss what stories might mean for the future of medical education and practice.