Fb2 Medical Readers' Theater: A Guide and Scripts ePub
by Todd L. Savitt
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Author:||Todd L. Savitt|
|Publisher:||University Of Iowa Press; 1 edition (August 24, 1969)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1502 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1636 kb|
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They are intended for medical students who perform them for public audiences. Following each performance, a discussion leader is supposed to prompt those in attendance to consider the issues raised in the play
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Medical Readers' Theater: A Guide and Scripts Format: Paperback Authors: Savitt, Todd L. ISBN10: 0877457999 Published: 1969-08-24 We have all had experiences with sickness, care giving, physicians, medical emergencies, hospitals, and doctors' offices. Health concerns are not solely the domain of medical students, physicians, or nurses - we all deal with our personal well-being and the health of our loved ones on a daily basis. Sometimes these health problems cause us to consider larger social and ethical issues. Savitt, Todd L. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H).
Medical Readers' Theater:. has been added to your Cart . Medical Readers' Theater is a collection of skillfully rendered, easy-to-perform dramatizations of citizens' encounters with health professionals. Todd Savitt teaches the history of medicine and medical ethics in the Department of Medical Humanities at East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine and coordinates ECU's Medical Readers' Theater program.
Readers’ Theater is a unique vehicle for introducing ethical, cultural . The Categorization Project. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 19 (4):465-470 (2010). Similar books and articles.
Readers’ Theater is a unique vehicle for introducing ethical, cultural, and social issues in medicine to academic, professional, and community audiences . Readers’ Theater is a unique vehicle for introducing ethical, cultural, and social issues in medicine to academic, professional, and community audiences. It brings alive the characters in a story in a way that silent reading or reading a story aloud cannot.
Our workshop included a readers’ theater exercise and three role-play exercises. In two of the workshops, faculty members played the role of patients. Savitt Todd L. Medical Readers’ Theater: A Guide and Scripts. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press; 2002. We used readers’ theater to engage the students on an emotional level and set a reflective tone for the workshop. Evaluations reflected that most respondents felt that the workshop enhanced their understanding and ability to address these skills with patients. By 6 months, many students reported applying these skills to patient care in a way they thought was effective.
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Medical Readers’ Theater: A Guide and Scripts
Medical Readers’ Theater: A Guide and Scripts. ABSTRACT In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 5. (2003) 112-113 Todd L. Savitt, ed. They are intended for medical students who perform them for public audiences.
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Readers Theater is a dramatic presentation of a written work in a script .
Readers Theater is a dramatic presentation of a written work in a script form. Readers read from a "script" and reading parts are divided among the readers. No memorization, costumes, blocking, or special lighting is needed. Presentations can easily be done in a k-3 classroom. Scripts are held by the readers. Lines are not memorized. Reader's Theater proved to be almost a magic solution for Griffith: In just 10 weeks of using RT, every child in her class had gained a full grade level in reading. After a year, the children's gains had jumped to three years of growth. Griffith calls the transformation in their reading fluency totally remarkable.
In order to help both lay people and medical professionals consider various health care issues, East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine developed a medical readers' theater program. Compiled for the first time in a single text, Medical Readers Theater: A Guide and Scripts provides a vehicle for those who wish to engage in discussions among citizens and professionals about important, topical issues in contemporary medicine.
Consisting of fourteen readers theater scripts, a step-by-step guide to performing readers theater, and questions for post-performance discussions, this volume utilizes stories by William Carlos Williams, Susan Onthank Mates, Arthur Conan Doyle, Pearl Buck, and many more. Physician/patient relationships, organ donation, chronic illness, race and ethnicity, death and dying, and aging are just a few of the topics covered in this valuable text.
Medical Readers Theater can be used in classrooms, hospitals, libraries, or other community settings where citizens can consider views on issues of common concern in the medical world.
Sample questions from Medical Readers Theater:
Do you think race/gender/sexual orientation/socioeconomic status play a role in the way health care professionals deal with patients?
Is medicines role to deal with the larger issues of society or with the narrower matter of healing the sick?
Is it surprising to learn that physicians can be uncertain about the decisions they make about patients?
Do patients have realistic expectations of physicians?