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  • Narrative Medicine in Veterinary Practice: Improving Client Communication, Patient Care, and Veterinary Well-Being [NEW]

Narrative Medicine in Veterinary Practice: Improving Client Communication, Patient Care, and Veterinary Well-Being [NEW]

  • 40.00€

Tags: Human medical practice, Vetterinary medicine field, Connection triangle approach, Narrative methodology, Client communication, Workplace, Social work


This is the first guide to Veterinary Narrative Medicine, a cutting-edge approach in human medicine with multiple applications in veterinary medicine. The text combines the latest research with numerous real-world examples and practical techniques to improve client communication, patient care, and veterinary well-being. Narrative Medicine in Veterinary Practice maintains that a patient should be viewed as an individual rather than an example of a disease process, and that this can be accomplished by using narrative. This book explores methods and theories from leaders in the human Narrative Medicine field while addressing topics unique to veterinary medicine. Readers will gain tools to help navigate difficult conversations and situations in clinical practice, including those involving the end of life. The ability to view the veterinarian's own stories and those of clients and patients as narratives may help practitioners maintain both emotional and work-place boundaries as well as decrease burnout and compassion fatigue. The book describes basic techniques to promote self-reflection and mindfulness, skills often overlooked in the veterinary profession which can improve resilience and increase the enjoyment of veterinary practice. 211 p.

 

Authors expertises affiliations

  • Karen Fine. Degree  in Veterinary acupuncture, Graduate of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program; and Adjunct Professor, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University, North Grafton, MA (USA).

     
  • Publication date (print & electronic format): 2021-10.

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