Month: May 2017

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You Can’t Tell By Looking. . .

By Stacy Brewster I have several prompts I love to throw out the first week of a writing workshop. Where I come from…, Out my window…, On my way here…. Prompts which, when shared aloud, help break the ice between strangers by giving some insight into each person’s perspective, their style, their humanity and how…

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A Night of Art and Healing with Sharon Agnor

By April Brenneman Glass and steel artist Sharon Agnor shared her illness narrative as well as her art at the Northwest Narrative Medicine’s Monthly Series on May 9th. Agnor has vivid memories of being sick and in the hospital as a child. Struggling with her health on and off most of her life, the decade…

Poems from the Body

By Judith Barrington I come to the thrilling idea of narrative medicine as first a poet and second a patient. My first poetry book was published in 1985 and my fifth (a “New and Selected”) will come out next spring from Salmon Publishing. In between, there have been chapbooks, collaborations with artists and musicians, and…

NWNMC Co-Founder Elizabeth Lahti MD received the 2017 Exceptional Mentor Award.

Read the full story of how she came to practice narrative medicine on page 3 of The Scribe.

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