Illness Narratives: Attention, Empathy, and Storytelling
A guide to resources for PWR 2JLC: Illness Narratives: Attention, Empathy, and Storytelling. This course examines narrative medicine's rhetoric of attention and empathy as it pertains to the relationships between doctors and patients, between caregivers and the afflicted.
Background/Reference Sources on Illness Narrative
Use these sources to help you pick a topic and to provide context to your research based argument.
In addition to the Selected Databases try these for more information on the medical narrative.
Remember to use the find it at Stanford links to find full text of articles
You can opt to search in a particular journal rather than a database. Here are some interesting journals for particular perspectives on illness.
Searchworks and many other databases you will use allow you to get a simple citation by using a "CiteThis" feature or gather more information by using a Send to/Export feature to send records to bibliographic management tools such as Refworks or EndNote. You can also use resources such as Zotero or Mendeley to gather information including citations. For more on these, see the guide to Bibliography Management.