Facilitating narrative medical discussions of type 1 diabetes with computer visualizations and photography.

@article{Smith2006FacilitatingNM,
  title={Facilitating narrative medical discussions of type 1 diabetes with computer visualizations and photography.},
  author={Brian Keith Smith and Jeana Frost and Meltem Albayrak and Rajneesh Sudhakar},
  journal={Patient education and counseling},
  year={2006},
  volume={64 1-3},
  pages={313-21}
}
OBJECTIVE Patient-centered approaches to medicine suggest the need for physicians to become more aware of concerns and needs expressed in patient narratives. However, patients and physicians have different goals and discourse styles during consultations. We attempt to bridge these differences by providing patients with ways to collect, visualize, and describe behavioral and biomedical data. METHODS We describe an intervention where individuals with type 1 diabetes photograph health-related… CONTINUE READING

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