Craig Irvine, PhD

  1. Irvine, C., Charon, R. (2016) Deliver Us from Certainty: Training for Narrative Ethics. In Charon, R., DasGupta, S., Hermann, N., Irvine, C., Marcus, E., Rivera Colon, E., Spencer, D., Spiegel, M., The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine. New York, NY: Oxford University Press: In Press.
  2. Irvine, C., Spencer, D. (2016) Dualism and its Discontents II: Philosophical Tinctures. In Charon, R., DasGupta, S., Hermann, N., Irvine, C., Marcus, E., Rivera Colon, E., Spencer, D., Spiegel, M., The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine. New York, NY: Oxford University Press: In Press.
  3. Irvine, C., Spencer, D. (2016) Dualism and its Discontents I: Philosophy, Literature, and Medicine. In Charon, R., DasGupta, S., Hermann, N., Irvine, C., Marcus, E., Rivera Colon, E., Spencer, D., Spiegel, M., The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine. New York, NY: Oxford University Press: In Press.
  4. Charon, R., DasGupta, S., Hermann, N., Irvine, C., Marcus, E., Rivera Colón, E., Spencer, D., Spiegel, S. (2016) The Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine. New York, NY: Oxford University Press
  5. Irvine, C. (2014) The Ethics of Self-Care in the Caring Professions. Encyclopaideia: Journal of Phenomenology and Education, 2014, 18(39): 45-54.
  6. Hurst, M., Irvine, C. (2013) Stories of the End: A Narrative Medicine Curriculum to Reframe Death and Dying. In Staudt, C. (Ed.), Our Changing Journey to the End: The New Realities and Controversies of Dying in America. Westport, CT: Praeger Press.
  7. Sayantani, D., Irvine , C., Spiegel, M. (2009) ‘Giving Sorrow Words’: The Possibilities of Narrative Palliative Care Medicine. In Gunaratnam, Y. and Oliviere, D. (Eds.), Narrative and Story-Telling In Palliative Care. New York , NY : Oxford University Press.
  8. Irvine, C. (2009) The Ethics of Self-Care. In Cole, T., Goodrich, T.J., and Gritz, E. (Eds.), Academic Medicine: In Sickness and in Health. New York , NY : Humana Press.
  9. Mathew S. Maurer, MD, Alex W. Costley, MA, MPhil, Patricia A. Miller, EdD, OTR, Sigrid McCabe, MS, OTR, Shelly Dubin, GNP, Huai Cheng, MD, MPH, Ellyn Varela-Burstein, MS, OTR, Binh Lam, MD, Craig Irvine, PhD, Kerrianne P. Page, MD, and Gerald Ridge, MD. (2006) The Columbia Cooperative Aging Program: An Interdisciplinary and Interdepartmental Approach to Geriatric Education for Medical Interns. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 54(3)
  10. Irvine, C. (2005) The Other Side of Silence: Levinas, Medicine, and Literature. Literature and Medicine, 2005, 24(1): 8-18.
  11. Goodrich, T.J., Irvine, C., Boccher-Lattimore, D. (2005) Narrative Ethics as Collaboration: A Four-Session Curriculum. Families, Systems, & Health. 23(3): 348-357.
  12. Silenzio, V., Irvine, C., Sember, R., Bregman, B. (2004). Film and Narrative Medicine: Cinemeducation and the Development of Narrative Competence. In M. Alexander, P. Lenahan, and A. Pavlov (Eds.), Cinemeducation: a Comprehensive Guide to Using Film in Medical Education (pp. 9-18). Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd.
  13. Bregman, B., Irvine, C. Subjectifying the Patient: Creative Writing and the Clinical Encounter. Family Medicine, 2004, 36(6):400-401.