Practicing Regard in Clinical Portraiture
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This article describes one collaborative arts-based research project. Portrait artist Mark Gilbert considers lessons for art and healing from one patient, John, whose cancer and portraiture experiences illuminate features of ethical and aesthetic significance about what it means to witness—to regard another’s difficult health and health care experiences.
Gilbert, M. (2020, June). Practicing regard in clinical portraiture. AMA Journal of Ethics, 22(6). doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2020.470.
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