By Geri Berg, Eric Avery
The clinical clinician and the artist are united of their want for a distinct visible wisdom. for every, sight needs to go beyond the instantly obvious. The clinician needs to penetrate the outside to appreciate what ails the sufferer, the artist needs to penetrate colour, shape, and content material to outline truth. The essayists and their subject matters are: Bernice M. Wenzel, who holds a joint appointment within the division of body structure and the dept of Psychiatry at U.C.L.A., “Medical schooling: In Transition?”; Eric Avery, artist, photographer, and psychiatrist who accomplished his residency on the Psychiatric Institute in big apple, “Hands therapeutic: A Photographic Essay”; John Cody, writer and psychiatrist who accomplished his education on the Menninger health center and has released After nice discomfort, the internal lifetime of Emily Dickinson, “The Arts as opposed to Angus Duer, M.D.” and “A Grain of Sand”; Geri A. Berg, paintings historian and social employee who on the time of the dialogues was once cochairperson of the Program of Humanistic stories at Johns Hopkins college college of health and wellbeing prone, “The visible Arts in doctor Education: otherwise of Seeing”; John Burnside, leader of the department of inner Medicine on the Hershey scientific middle, “Visual Arts and abilities Acquisition”; W. Sherwin Simmons, artwork historian who accomplished his doctoral paintings on the Johns Hopkins University, “The Transformation of the Language of Vision”; Charles W. Rusch, head of the Architecture learn and layout Unit of the college of Oregon, “On the connection of structure and Medicine”; and E. A. Vastyan, head of the dep. of Humanities on the Hershey clinical heart, “Among different issues, Art.”
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2. Medicine and art. I. Berg, Geri, 1946. II. Avery, Eric. III. Series: Report of the Institute on Human Values in Medicine; nr. 16. IV. Series: Medical humanities series. [DNLM: 1. Education, Medical. 2. Medicine in art. W1 RE209CQ no. 7 82-19217 ISBN 0-8093-1038-4 86 85 84 83 4 3 2 1 Page vi Contents Illustrations vii Foreword ix Preface xiii Acknowledgments xxi 1. Medical Education: In Transition? 3 Bernice Wenzel 2. Hands Healing: A Photographic Essay 10 Eric Avery 3. D. 26 John Cody 4. The Visual Arts in Health Professional Education: Another Way of Seeing 45 Geri Berg 5.
The dialogue group also talked about both art and medicine as processes. On this subject we seemed to have found common and often significantly related ground between the two disciplines. Discussions included topics such as visualization theory and brain lateralization concepts, the process and purpose of observation, the nature and function of perception, critical inquiry, empathy, imagination and emotionality, and objective and subjective components of problem solving in both fields. The articles by Charles Rusch and E.
Then I structured a photographic activity to examine both spaces as they related to the elderly in New York City. These divisions of space and the structuring of an investigative photographic activity are intimately connected with not only how the photographs shown here were made, but also how they were edited. As this photographic work with the elderly in New York City was underway, I was attending the Visual Arts and Medicine Dialogue meetings. As we were preparing for our last meeting and discussing plans for this book, I was invited by E.