Narrative Learning in theVirtual Landscape: A Modelfrom a Baccalaureate NursingProgramMeghan MacNamara, MFAmeghmacn@gmail....
Course DescriptionENG 350: Telling the Stories of MedicineThis course builds narrative competencies toinform communication...
Learning Outcomes• Apply critical thinking to various narrative formats.• Construct original narratives that integrate pat...
• Examine cohesive and detailed narratives in bothscholarly and creative formats.• Plan an original work that includes sev...
Quality MattersCourseOverview &IntroductionLearningObjectivesAssessment&MeasurementInstructional MaterialLearnerInteractio...
a balancingact…
applying and relieving…pressure
When thepressure isreduced…there is room to beplayful, think, reflect andfind meaning.
And the LearningManagement System(LMS) -- Blackboard
www.voicethread.com
EQUAL POWER SHARING
There were challenges…
Varietywasnecessary
a diversity of focal points…
…and a variety of online tools.
There is asense ofsafety in thedistancecreatedthroughvirtualdiscussion.
Debating meanings & intentionsDeepening of analysisSharing ideas & perspectivesDissecting narrativeConstructive criticism
Adaptation to 5-weekacceleratedformat
StudentFeedback
“…completely changedmy personalview andapproach tonursing andmade mecompletelyre-evaluatetheimportanceof nursingand theimp...
“This course presented anamazing outlet forexamining andmeaningfully processingour experiences in healthcare and with pati...
…absolute need to presentnarrative-based humanities tostudents within all disciplines ofhealth care education
The virtual landscape is a viable platform.
future possibilities fornarrative medicine inthe virtual landscape
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  • 1. Narrative Learning in theVirtual Landscape: A Modelfrom a Baccalaureate NursingProgramMeghan MacNamara, MFAmeghmacn@gmail.com
  • 2. Course DescriptionENG 350: Telling the Stories of MedicineThis course builds narrative competencies toinform communication between healthcareprofessionals and patients while providingcreative resources for workplace challenges.Narrative arts will help to facilitate empathy inclinician/patient interaction.
  • 3. Learning Outcomes• Apply critical thinking to various narrative formats.• Construct original narratives that integrate patient andclinician experience.• Develop original work that reflects an ability to listenactively to another’s experience.• Identify necessary components of narrative in thehealthcare setting.
  • 4. • Examine cohesive and detailed narratives in bothscholarly and creative formats.• Plan an original work that includes severalinterdisciplinary focal points within a single narrative.• Solve technical problems and logical incongruitiesthat obscure the clarity and/or intention of anarrative work.• Utilize both scholarly research and personalexperience in writing about a medically pertinentsubject.Learning Outcomes
  • 5. Quality MattersCourseOverview &IntroductionLearningObjectivesAssessment&MeasurementInstructional MaterialLearnerInteraction&EngagementLearner SupporAccessibility
  • 6. a balancingact…
  • 7. applying and relieving…pressure
  • 8. When thepressure isreduced…there is room to beplayful, think, reflect andfind meaning.
  • 9. And the LearningManagement System(LMS) -- Blackboard
  • 10. www.voicethread.com
  • 11. EQUAL POWER SHARING
  • 12. There were challenges…
  • 13. Varietywasnecessary
  • 14. a diversity of focal points…
  • 15. …and a variety of online tools.
  • 16. There is asense ofsafety in thedistancecreatedthroughvirtualdiscussion.
  • 17. Debating meanings & intentionsDeepening of analysisSharing ideas & perspectivesDissecting narrativeConstructive criticism
  • 18. Adaptation to 5-weekacceleratedformat
  • 19. StudentFeedback
  • 20. “…completely changedmy personalview andapproach tonursing andmade mecompletelyre-evaluatetheimportanceof nursingand theimpact I havein my job.”
  • 21. “This course presented anamazing outlet forexamining andmeaningfully processingour experiences in healthcare and with patients. Itprovided an opportunity tostep back and explore ourpassion for nursing andthe human experiencewithin nursing.”
  • 22. …absolute need to presentnarrative-based humanities tostudents within all disciplines ofhealth care education
  • 23. The virtual landscape is a viable platform.
  • 24. future possibilities fornarrative medicine inthe virtual landscape

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