In order to further support the humanities in medical education, JGIM, Web Edition will host “The Living Hand” humanities section for residents and medical students to submit poetry or personal narrative prose for publication on the web page. In “The Living Hand” humanities section, we will publish a new article of poetry or prose written by a medical student or resident or fellow, thus providing plenty of opportunities for fresh voices to share their stories. We are looking for writing that is true to who you are. Share your lessons with us by showing through your stories rather than telling. We encourage all of you to capture the thoughts that are bouncing around in your head, and submit to “The Living Hand” for publication. The white space awaits your words.
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Penny Shutt (Accompanying painting by Sohi Mistry) I hesitate at the doorway to your side-room, ....
(Accompanying painting by Sohi Mistry)
I hesitate at the doorway to your side-room, ....
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A Prescription for Kindness
Bui, Simonetti, Benson, Malek and Anderson
Dual Process Theory Overview
Reza Manesh, Denise M. Connor, Jeff Kohlwes
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