Narrative Matters Essays On NPR

As National Public Radio (NPR) discovered, Narrative Matters essays are good listening as well as good reading. To hear Narrative Matters writers read on-air commentaries excerpted from their published essays, click the NPR links below.

 

July 14, 2010:
Ron Capps, "Reducing The Stigma Of PTSD In Army Culture"

• Listen to the full-length version (17:48)

• Read the entire essay here

 

April 12, 2010:
Boris Veysman, "For This Doctor, 'DNR' Means Do Not Resign"

• Listen to the full-length version (17:36)

• Read the entire essay here

 

Feb. 19, 2009:
Janette H. Kurie, "A Child Gets Lost In The Health Care Shuffle"

• Listen to the full-length version (15:38)

• Read the entire essay here

 

Nov. 22, 2008:
Nataly Kelly, "Doctor's Patients Are Interpreter's Patients, Too"

• Listen to the full-length version (16:29)

• Read the entire essay here

 

Aug. 21, 2008:
Philip Musgrove, “In The ER, Unhealthy Premium On Insurance Data”

• Listen to the full-length version (9:46)

• Read the entire essay here

 

Jan. 11, 2007:
Steven Wartman, “Defining A New Purpose In Life” (standardized patients)

• Listen to the full-length version (13:35)

• Read the entire essay here

 

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