How Portraiture Can Help Build Therapeutic Capacity in Patient-Clinician Relationships
Mark Gilbert, PhD
AMA J Ethics. 2020;22(6):E570-570. doi:
Portraits are commonly used to help health professions students cultivate their observation skills, but portraiture can be used much more broadly to motivate ethics inquiry and professionalism and help nourish patient-clinician relationships.
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