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From Telling to Teaching: Storytelling as a Training Method. A word is dead When it is said, Some say. I say it just Begins to live That day. Emily Dickinson. What this workshop is not. Evidence based
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From Telling to Teaching: Storytelling as a Training Method

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A word is dead When it is said, Some say. I say it just Begins to experience That day. Emily Dickinson

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What this workshop is not Evidence based Medical model with high esteem on information Linear Objective Based on conventional science A treatment session

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What This Workshop Is Right-brained Non-direct Subjective Perceptive Connecting Emotional Storytelling is transient, subjective, individual

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"Pharmaceutical is not a science. Rather it is a judicious, science-utilizing, between level, interpretive action attempted for the care of a wiped out individual" Kathryn Montgomery Hunter Doctors\' Stories The Narrative Structure of Medical Knowledge

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Rules of Storytelling Usual principles of secrecy Have fun Embrace unprecedented musings Make eye contact Be true and humble Be powerless Don\'t avoid associations

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Snake versus Squirrel

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How would you get stories?

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Exchanging stories Listening Reading Writing Media

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what number times today have you recounted somebody a story and they\'ve recounted to you a story consequently?

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Traditional components of a story A hero the audience thinks about (Are we generally the saint of our own stories?) An impetus convincing the hero to make a move Trials and tribulations A defining moment A determination

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Storytelling Practice Choose a story from your life, or a patient\'s. Think about the story as far as the conventional components: hero, impetus, trials, defining moment, determination (if there is one). On the off chance that no determination consider what it may be. Recount that story to your accomplice or gathering. Attempt to incorporate what made the patient accomplish something, what hardships came about, what was the defining moment, how did the patient resolve the story.

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The storyteller: Whose story would you say you are telling? A first individual story (an "I" story) is constantly about the "I." "When I initially met John I didn\'t think he\'d experience one more week. I saw a thin man, looking much more established than his expressed age. I heard uproarious breath sounds. I… … ." The individual recounting the story is dependably in the audience\'s line of vision.

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Another perspective Narrative (Third individual): "John was a 34 year old man who looked near death. His skin was pale. His breaths were wheezy and toiled. He expressed he had been sick for around 2 weeks." The third individual storyteller has all the data and puts the attention on the hero.

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It\'s Awkward Avoiding full duty regarding the story (or activity in the story) "After the guts was prepared and hung we made an entry point… ." "This social specialist finished the ADAP shape and submitted it… ." The endeavor to remove yourself from the story serves to center the story on you

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"The stories individuals tell have a method for dealing with them. On the off chance that stories come to you, look after them and figure out how to give them away where they are required. At times a man needs a story more than nourishment to remain alive. That is the reason we put these stories in each other\'s recollections." Barry Lopez

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The elements of stories… … Make something troublesome agreeable Build trust and support Engage Educate Create an association Create sympathy Foster thinking out about the crate Bring meaning – "All torment is endurable in the event that it can be viewed as a feature of a story." Containers of history (country, tribe, family, singular, religion)

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Story makes setting. The setting sets occasions in a period and place. "It was a dull and stormy night… " When the setting is set, the story starts to happen to genuine individuals who have connections. As a story is advised we start to place ourselves into it.

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How will we utilize stories with regards to our HIV work?

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To find out around a patient To instruct a patient or family To show each other To give data To pass on history To clarify

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The time it takes… … . Some of the time stories are roundabout and set aside a long opportunity to rise. How would we keep the entryway open? How would we stay tolerant? It is safe to say that we are adding to obstructing the story?

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More than injured legs

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Using stories for change The Yellow Leaf

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Storytelling Exercise Tell an anecdote around a patient, yourself, relative or… .. in which there is a negative result or no determination. Presently, retell the story giving a more positive result or a determination. This part might be done as a coordinated effort. By what means may the new story be instructed to the patient so it turns out to be a piece of his progressing story ( For instance: solution adherence, adjust infusion procedure, eat less changes)

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A practice about educating

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You are in a room brimming with individuals who know next to no about HIV. As opposed to simply giving truths, recount to them a story (hero, impetus, trials, defining moment, result) about how HIV is transmitted and how it can be anticipated.

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TEN PATIENTS, AND ANOTHER I. Mrs. G. The patient is a sixty-odd-year-old White female, who presents with fever, hack, And shaking chills. No further history Could be evoked; she doesn\'t talk. The patient\'s social history was non-Contributory: somebody cleared out her here. The understudy working on this issue heard crackles in Both lungs. An EKG was done, which demonstrated A heart was thumping in the typical sinus Rhythm, aside from an infrequent Dropped beat. An intravenous line was put. The assistant found a wound behind her ear. She then turned out to be entirely upset, and Began to cry without creating tears. We believe she\'s dry. She\'s laying unobtrusively On Haldol , sitting tight for a bed upstairs .

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