Recent data show that a patient gets to speak for an average of 12-15 seconds before a doctor interrupts. The practice of narrative medicine, which favors listening to patients, finding the story behind an illness, and fostering empathy, has seen a resurgence in recent years. In this hour of All Sides, we'll explore the surprising ways in which stories can heal the body.
David Small, author of the graphic novel Stitches
Dave Filipi, Director of Film and Video Arts at the Wexner Center for the Arts
John Vaughn, doctor at OSU Student Health Services and Narrative Medicine conference organizer