Articulating Practices: Methods and Experiences
Practical Traditions of Knowledge among Physicians
Traditional medical education focuses on scientific knowledge, it concentrates on the technical aspects of diseases not on the sick person. In a study with three different groups of doctors an attempt has been made to start reflecting with the dilemmas in practical work as a point of departure. Perspectives from the field of the humanities have been used in order to offer other ways of looking at problems with which the doctors are familiar in their daily work.
Keywords: Reflection, Language, Medicine vis-à-vis the humanities, Practical Knowledge
Published online: 01 January 1996
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