Enculturation into Biomedicine (Medical Internship as Moral Education…
Enculturation into Biomedicine
Medical Internship as Moral Education
Excessive Workload Problems
"high personal cost"
Issues being raised dismissed as false due to inexperience
Granting sleep loses psychological privilege
Care distorted into "macabre" pain
Gomer and Dirtball
"Fakers" and Those with too many medical issues
Disciplining Uncertainty in Medical Student Patient Presentations
Chaotic experience becomes linear structure
Division of patient into "problems"
Patient becomes generic and simplified
"No time" for conversational format
The Chief Complaint
Moral Aesthetics of Simulated Suffering
in Standardized Patient Performances
"Real illness without real suffering"
"Inoculation" against suffering
Learning the Moral Economy of Commodified Health
Community-based education programs without knowledge of health disparities
Need systematic analysis of the structural inequalities inherent in market-based health care.
Clinical ethics and the Moral Economy of Health care
Witnessing and the Medical Gaze
"I learned more in the clinic than in medical school."
"...must develop their abilities to communicate."