In this article, Duke Today reminds us that Duke employees get a 10 percent discount on Center for Documentary Studies continuing education courses. Many of these courses can be applied to your narrative medicine projects.
Registration is now open for the spring and summer course offerings, which include sessions on drone photography, smart-phone filmmaking and how to visually tell a story that unfolds over many years.
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Ray Barfield, MD, professor of pediatrics and Christian philosophy, was on WUNC’s State of Things today talking about how he navigates religion and medicine in his career.
Also on the show was Jeff Polish, executive director of The Monti, who is curating a storytelling show featuring stories about the intersection of medicine and religion this Friday at the Carolina Theatre.
Listen to the show.
We’re setting up shop here to be able to tell you more about the Duke Narrative Medicine Colloquium.
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