Tag Archives: empathy

Empathetic imagination

I have a backlog of things I want to blog about. There’s a good reason for this: I’ve moved into the active writing phase of working on my dissertation. For the next year, give or take, other writing comes second, … Continue reading

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Act III: Paging Nurse Empathy

This series was started by an odd confluence of events: I saw the performance of Dr. Horrible, and shortly thereafter I ended up on one of those random Web-walks exploring doctors’ and nurses’ blogs. It started with ER humor, but … Continue reading

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Battlefield nursing and magic

One of my favorite writers about health care, oncology nurse Theresa Brown, described her envy of some aspects of battlefield medicine as a way to illustrate the crushing burden of charting on nurses in her latest piece, “Caring for the … Continue reading

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