Abstract

On a sunny day in a studio overlooking the Hudson River, a Mark Morris dancer guides a group of medical students in choreographing their patients’ stories. This class in narrative medicine provides a safe laboratory where doctors-to-be learn to view their relationships with future patients as an improvisatory partnered dance in which the choreography adjusts moment to moment as new challenges, details, and possibilities for healing emerge.

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