Works by Master's Graduates

  1. Apramian, T., Cristancho, S. M., Watling, C. J., Ott, M., & Lingard, L. (2016). Staying in the game: situated assessment at thresholds of principle and preference. Academic Medicine, Accepted (in press).
  2. Apramian, T., Cristancho, S. M., Watling, C. J., Ott, M., & Lingard, L. (2016). ‘They have to adapt to learn’: Surgeons’ perspectives on the role of procedural variations in surgical education. Journal of surgical education, 73(2), 339-347.
  3. Apramian, T., Watling, C. J., Lingard, L., & Cristancho, S. M. (2015). Adaptation & innovation: A grounded theory study of procedural variation in the academic surgical workplace. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 21(5), 911-918.
  4. Arntfield, S., Parlett, B., Meston, C. N., Apramian, T., & Lingard, L. (2015). A model of engagement in reflective writing-based portfolios: Interactions between points of vulnerability and acts of adaptability. Medical Teacher, 38(2), 1-10.
  5. Cristancho, S. M., Apramian, T., Vanstone, M., Lingard, L., Ott, M., & Novick, R. J. (2013). Understanding clinical uncertainty: What is going on when experienced surgeons are not sure what to do? Academic Medicine, 88(10), 1-6.
  6. Cristancho, S. M., Apramian, T., Vanstone, M., Lingard, L., Ott, M., & Novick, R. J. (2016). Thinking Like an Expert: Surgical Decision Making as a Cyclical Process of Being Aware. American Journal of Surgery, 211(1), 64-69.
  7. Dennhardt, S., Apramian, T., Lingard, L., Torabi, N., & Arntfield, S. L. (2016). Rethinking outcomes research in medical humanities: scoping review and narrative synthesis. Medical Education, 50(3), 285-299.
  8. Fuller, J., Apramian, T., & Min, C. (2015). Social Science and Humanities Research in MD–PhD Training. Academic Medicine, 90(10), 1292.
  9. Lawrence, Lynn S. “The Garden at Vaucresson: It’s Not all a Bed of Roses”. In Narrative in Social Work Practice: The Power and Possibility of Story, edited by Ann Burack-Weiss, Lynn Sara Lawrence, and Lynne Bamat Mijangos. New York: Columbia University Press, 2018.
  10. Lawrence, Lynn Sara. (2016). The Group, The Photograph, The Wound, and the Writing: How a Social Worker Uses Narrative Medicine to Facilitate Groups. Smith College Studies in Social Work 86 (1): 45-57. DOI: 10.1080/00377317.2016.1116320.
  11. Mijangos, Lynne. “Listening for the Voices of women: A Close Reading of On Being Ill”. Virginia Woolf Miscelleny. Issue 90. Fall 2016.
  12. Olson, Bonnie. “Narrative Medicine: Recovery of Soul through Storytelling of the Chronically Mentally Ill.” National Association of Catholic Chaplains Vision Online September–October 2012.
  13. Olson, Bonnie. “Meet Bonnie Olson, NMCB Career Development Grantee.”AAUW Networks. February 2015.
  14. Robinson, Annie. “How to Transform Our Discomfort Around Death and Loss.” Sonima. February 2016.
  15. Robinson, Annie. “How Mindfulness Can Ease the Fear of Death and Dying.” Sonima. December 2016.
  16. Robinson, Annie. “Story-Centered Care: Full-Spectrum Doula Work and Narrative Medicine.” Intimate Care: A Doula Anthology. Demeter Press. December 2015.
  17. Robinson, Annie. “The Eulogist.” Modern Loss. September 2015.
  18. Robinson, Annie. “On the Road to Recovered: Voices from the Eating Disorder Recovery Community.” Adios Barbie. August 2015.
  19. Robinson, Annie. “Seeing Stories: A Profile of Bradley Lewis.” Health Story Collaborative. December 2014.
  20. Robinson, Annie. “The Things We Carry: A Portrait of Narrative Medicine.” International Integrators. Nov. 2014.
  21. Robinson, Annie. “Reframing the Clinical Encounter: Chief Concerns.” Health Story Collaborative. July 2014.
  22. Robinson, Annie. “Teaching Doctors to Listen.” Health Story Collaborative. June 2014.
  23. Robinson, Annie. “Stories as Social Justice.” Health Story Collaborative. May 2014.
  24. Robinson, Annie. “Behind the Pep: Modern and Postmodern Perspectives in Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company’s Advertising.” Hektoen International: Journal of Medical Humanities. Winter 2014.
  25. Robinson, Annie. “Witness.” The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine. September 2013.
  26. Nusbaum, Julie S., Jessica K. Gordon, and Virginia D. Steen. “African American Race Associated with Body Image Dissatisfaction among Patients with Systemic Sclerosis.” Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology (2016).

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