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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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