Narrative Ethics Discussion Groups
The personal stories published in NIB provide perfect material for Narrative Ethics Discussion groups. Such groups explore the stories of patients and caregivers to increase awareness of needs, acknowledge suffering, and explore opportunities to improve the way we provide care. NIB has collaborated with the Center for Clinical and Research Ethics at Washington University and Arthur Frank to develop materials individuals can use to facilitate Narrative Ethics Discussion groups.
Guide on Facilitating Narrative Ethics Discussion Groups, by James DuBois
Reading and Responding to Stories of Illness & Care, by Art Frank
Narrative Ethics Discussion Group Handouts
Exploring Stigma and Bias in the Care of Patients: Stories from Patients, edited by Jessica Mozersky and Heidi Walsh
Exploring Moral Distress: Stories from Healthcare Providers, edited by Jessica Mozersky, Heidi Walsh and Mary Click
To receive a complimentary copy of these handouts, please complete this form:Request Handouts
NIB appreciates the support of our institutional sponsors who have access to additional handouts.
Communicating Respectfully: Stories from Patients, edited by Jessica Mozersky, Heidi Walsh & Mary Click
Communicating What Matters Most to Patients, edited by Jessica Mozersky, Heidi Walsh & Mary Click
Exploring the Dignity of Patients in Healthcare: Stories from Patients, edited by Erica Miles
Fostering Healing Relationships Between Health Care Providers and Patients, edited by Jessica Mozersky, Liz Rolf & Heidi Walsh
Additionally, each narrative symposium published as an open-access NIB VOICES edition is accompanied by a teaching guide that provides reflection question for each story. These guides are ideal for groups that wish to explore the specific topic of a symposium. Please visit the VOICES webpage to access these symposia and teaching guides.