Family narratives, culture, and patient-centered medicine.

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES As part of our family medicine clerkship seminar on the patient-physician relationship, third-year students write about an illness episode within their own families. METHODS Using a grounded research approach, we examined 260 student narratives to extract the most significant meanings. RESULTS Significant themes that emerged… (More)

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@article{Yamada2003FamilyNC, title={Family narratives, culture, and patient-centered medicine.}, author={Seiji Yamada and Gregory G. Maskarinec and Gordon A Greene and Kay A Bauman}, journal={Family medicine}, year={2003}, volume={35 4}, pages={279-83} }