More and more seems to be necessary to find new ways of communication between medical doctors and bioethicists in order to build a shared vocabulary and to prevent conflicts: many bioethical problems seem to be caused by the lack of dialogue between them, which both seem to speak two different languages. Improving this dialogue means searching new languages and innovative forms of communication: the narration could be a really effective tool to enhance the physicians’ and bioethicist’s moral conscience, since it facilitates reasoning on someone’s particular experience, and, ultimately, on our experience. Starting from the results of a questionnaire administered to a group of students of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University Campus Bio-Medico we present a theoretical discussion about the need for more dialogue and for a shared vocabulary in medical experiences. In this regard, we suggest as a possible solution to the conflicts among medical doctors and bioethicists, an educational strategy, i.e., humanities courses for medical students, which may help them to deeply describe their practical present (and future) experience.
|Titolo:||The dialogue between medical doctors and bioethicists: rethinking experience to improve medical education.|
|Autori interni:||CURCIO, GIUSEPPE|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Rivista:||CUADERNOS DE BIOÉTICA|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|