Narrative Medicine, Righteous Dopefiend, and Co-production in Research
In this third episode, we hear from Stephen Hibbs. He is a haematologist by background and recently commenced a PhD in the APOLLO Social Science group, aiming to understand what constitutes good hospital care for people experiencing a sickle cell crisis. In this episode, Stephen is interviewed by Lucie Hogger about three ideas that have developed his thinking as a clinician and researcher and which inform his research plans.
- 00:00:00 Podcast introduction
- 00:00:40 Introduction to Stephen’s current research
- 00:01:35 Idea 1: “The wounded story teller” by Arthur Frank, and the power of stories
- 00:18:15 Idea 2: “Righteous Dopefiend” by Philippe Bourgois & Jeffrey Schonberg
- 00:30:30 Idea 3: Co-production in research
Frank, A.W. (2013). The wounded story teller: body, illness & ethics (2nd Edition). The University of Chicago Press, Chicago (USA).
Bourgois, P., & Schonberg, J. (2009). Righteous Dopefiend. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago (USA).
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