What silence has to offer the clinical encounter

Authors

  • Patricia Lynn Dobkin Programs in Whole Person Care, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26443/ijwpc.v8i2.282

Keywords:

Mindfulness, Silence, Clinical encounter, Cross-cultural

References

Kawabata Y. Silence in First Snow on Fuji. Translated by Emmerich, M. (1999). Washington D.C.: Counterpoint; 1959. p. 153-73

Dobkin PL (editor). Mindful Medical Practice: Clinical Narratives and Therapeutic Insights. Switzerland: Springer International; 2015.

Morita T, Oyama Y, Cheng SY, et al. Palliative care physicians’ attitudes toward patient autonomy and a good death in East Asians countries. J Pain Symp Manage. 2015;50(2):190-9.

Long S. Cultural scripts for a good death in Japan and the US: Similarities and differences. Soc Science and Med. 2004;58:913-28.

Kawabata Y. (Reprint ebook). The Sound of the Mountain. Translated by Emmerich, M G. New York: Vintage International (Division of Random House); 1996.

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Published

2021-06-03

How to Cite

Dobkin, P. L. (2021). What silence has to offer the clinical encounter. The International Journal of Whole Person Care, 8(2), 12-15. https://doi.org/10.26443/ijwpc.v8i2.282