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Medicine Meets Narrative: How Our Lives Become Stories

Communication plays a crucial role in health as we all experience, with some dramatic features, in times of pandemic. Learn sign language to help a deaf patient during hospitalization due to a Covid-19 infection, tell in the book How an outbreak is changing lives, use the Internet and new technologies to improve the medical relationship: the patient is some stories that they can testify and this will be deepened by the guests invited by the Alumni Association of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart on Wednesday, April 7 at 6:00 pm for the webinar “Medicine meets narrative: how our lives meet they turn into stories ”.

In the fifth round of the Global Graduate Conversations scheduled for tomorrow, Francesca Manucci, journalist and author of “White is the color of harm” will participate. Christina Sensi, anthropologist and founder of the Center for Humanities in Digital Health, and Roberto Farsi, Professor of General Surgery at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart; Marco D’Angelo, MD, is a physician in specialized training at the Faculty of Internal Medicine at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart.

The meeting will be moderated by Annalisa Cousucria, a journalist from Repubblica.

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The symposium will be broadcast live online on the website of the Ansa News Agency, media partner of the Meetings Series, and on all the social networks of the University and the “Ludovico Necchi” association.


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