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Cinemeducation (

What is ?)Cinema+medical+education
moviedramavideo clip, vignette
art in medicinehumanities in
What for ?)

Why ?)Cinemeducation

NBM(Narrative Based Medicine)

PCCMPatient Centered Clinical Method. Stwart




open discussionfocused

What did you see?

Whatdid you hear?

What did you feel?

What did you think?

What impact might viewing this clip have on

your future clinical encounters?

nonverbal communication
nonverval verbal
Tadao Okada, MD, MPH@ PCIJ



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Evidence / Eect ?)

2.Wikipedia : Cinemeducation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinemeducation
3.Zazulak J. Let hollywood help you teach. www.cfpc.ca/education/sot/sotnewsletter.asp

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Matthew Alexanderet al. Cinemeducation: A Comprehensive Guide to Using Film in Medical Education 2005
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The Motion Picture Prescription: Watch This Movie and Call Me in the Morning: 200 Movies to Help You Heal Life's
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