Jazz and the art of conversation

Sayani, Fateema
January 2010
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/12/2010, Vol. 182 Issue 1, p66
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on jazz and the art of conversation. It presents research work of Paul Haidet, director of medical education research at Pennsylvania State University. According to Haidet, Jazz can teach physicians to listen deeply to their patients. Haidet says that Jazz also provides a number of moments where there's a deep connection between the doctor and patient. It also lists suggested listenings of Jazz and also presents some clinical exercises for physicians.


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