This course will use work from portrait artist Mark Gilbert to demonstrate how artists' relationships with people sitting for a portrait can inform how clinicians relate to patients. Portraits are now commonly integrated into health humanities courses. They are often used to help health professions students' cultivate their observation skills. The focus of this exploration, however, is how portraiture applies to health care ethics and professionalism, specifically to nourishing therapeutic capacity in patient-clinician relationships.
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The AMA Journal of Ethics exists to help medical students, physicians and all health care professionals navigate ethical decisions in service to patients and society. The journal publishes cases and expert commentary, medical education articles, policy discussions, peer-reviewed articles for journal-based, video CME, audio CME, visuals, and more. Learn more
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Credit Renewal Date: May 31, 2023
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