Medical Students Learn to Tell Stories about Their Patients and Themselves

Johanna Shapiro, PhD, Elena Bezzubova, MD, PhD, and Ronald Koons, MD

A small group of third-year medical students and interdisciplinary faculty sit around a table. The students look weary—stethoscopes slung around their necks, white coats slightly rumpled, pockets overflowing with smartphones, pens, scraps of paper, a half-eaten candy bar. They are not sure what to expect, but they are glad to sit down.

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