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Breast Friends Cancer Support Radio

Breast Friends Cancer Support Radio

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September 02nd 2016:The Importance of Stories of Illness and Wellness

A physician and a mother of a child who had cancer, discovered a shared vision: bringing health care providers and patients together to better understand, appreciate and collaborate in health and illness through narrative-story. The Northwest Narrative Medicine Collaborative's mission is to create a community and build skills in narrative competence: the ability to recognize, listen to and be moved to action by the stories of others.

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April Brenneman

April Brenneman has resided with her husband in Tigard, OR. over 30 years where she home educated and raised her five children. With the diagnosis of cancer in her youngest child in 2004, she embarked on a personal and spiritual quest to understand the impact of her son’s medical journey on herself as well as her family. The trauma of childhood cancer, the chronic physical and emotional issues of survivorship led her to the process of writing, blogging and creating art with her son’s x-rays. Seeing the value of these practices she attended the 2014 Columbia University Narrative Medicine Workshop in New York. After returning home, she reached out to OHSU physician, writer and Director of Na
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Elizabeth Lahti, M.D

Elizabeth Lahti, M.D., is a Portland-area hospitalist and writer. Dr. Lahti is Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine and the Director of Narrative Medicine in the YourMD curriculum transformation at Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine. She designed and co-facilitates the first upper level interprofessional course through the Interprofessional Education (IPE) initiative at OHSU. She teaches narrative competence and reflective practice to students, residents and faculty with a particular interest in identity formation and resilience through story. Dr. Lahti is a member of the Full Frontal Writing Collective, a group of writers who meet weekly
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