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#10: Narrative reasoning

Narrative reasoning is the capability to apprehend and understand patients` “stories”, illness experiences, meaning perspectives, contexts, beliefs and cultures. An ability to recognize, interpret and be moved to action by an individual’s story of illness is a key attribute in person-centred practice. However students and novice professionals often find it difficult to engage in narrative forms of reasoning and collaborative models of practice, focusing instead on biomedical aspects.

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#2: Internationalisation of the curriculum

In this episode, we discuss internationalisation of the undergraduate physiotherapy curriculum, considering the significant amount of interest (and funding) that is currently being invested in it as a pedagogical strategy. We talk about what we understand it to be, how to go about doing it, and how to determine if it’s working.

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