Not all stories of professional identity formation are equal: An analysis of formation narratives of highly humanistic physicians.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE We sought to identify and define "highly humanistic" formation narratives, and understand how these events described, together with a reflective learning process, the professional development of physicians in a longitudinal faculty development program. METHODS Qualitative analysis of twenty highly humanistic appreciative inquiry narratives… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2016.03.018

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@article{Branch2016NotAS, title={Not all stories of professional identity formation are equal: An analysis of formation narratives of highly humanistic physicians.}, author={William T. Branch and Richard M. Frankel}, journal={Patient education and counseling}, year={2016}, volume={99 8}, pages={1394-9} }