Dialogue in the narrative process

Medical Humanities 33 (1):49-54 (2007)

Abstract

This article draws on VM’s doctoral research into the narratives of illness and surgery, and their impact on conceptions of self and life story. This article was the result of conference presentations held during June/July 2005 in Belfast and Truro , UK. The aim of this article is to explore the topic of “dialogue” in the research relationship. This is done primarily through a story, Shoes, butterflies and devils, which is intended to evoke a sense of the relationship between Patricia and VM, through which the connections between the autobiographical roots of her research and Patricia’s experience of kidney failure, dialysis, transplant and heart failure are portrayed. The story is preceded by a brief introduction and account of her methodology, followed by a discussion of some of the conceptual aspects of dialogue that she has tried to highlight in the story

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