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Please notice that some changes have been made in the time table on Tuesday, 16th of June

Whereas illness narratives are widely collected as research data, less consideration has been invested to explore how they work in practice when they are put to use in the context of diagnostic and treatment, teaching, counseling or providing information in medicine and health care. The congress brings together scientists from various clinical and theoretical fields to reflect on the chances and on the methodological or epistemological challenges which are inevitably connected with their use.

Abstracts download here

Friday 26th of June 2015


Part I: Illness narratives in practice


Freitag, 26.6.

14:00 - 14:15

Lucius-Hoene

Feiburg, Germany

Welcome, introduction

14:15 - 14:45

Alexander Kiss

Basel, Switzerland

Using narratives in medical training

14:45 - 15:15

Sabine Corsten

Mainz, Germany

Retelling one's life story - Using narratives to improve quality of life in case of chronic illness

15:15 - 15:25

Discussion

 

15:25 - 15:45

Break

 

15:45 -16:15

Elisabeth Gülich

Bielefeld, Germany

Illness narratives in medical diagnostics

16:15 - 16:45

Peter Frommelt

Berlin, Germany

Narratives - an underestimated instrument in the rehabilitation of patients with neurotrauma

16:45 - 16:55

Discussion

 

16:55 - 17:15

Break

 

17:15 - 17:45

Hille Haker

USA

The role of narratives in ethical counseling

17:45 - 18:15

Thorsten Meyer,

Hannover, Germany

 

 

Issues of sampling and

generalizability in research

on narratives

18:15 - 18:25

Discussion

 

 

19.30
Evening dinner in the city centre of Freiburg. The dinner with a three course menu will take place at the restaurant Oberkirch in the city centre of Freiburg next to the cathedral.
 



Saturday 27th of June 2015


Part II: Challenges of narratives in use
 

09.00 to 13.15


Narratives are ambiguous, complex and power-ful tools in communication. Part II focuses on the epistemological properties and methodolog-ical assumptions which have to be considered when they are used, e.g. their status as social constructions and co-constructions, the impact of professional and political discourses, the influence of differing contexts of data collection and data use, or stakes and interests in using narratives.


Samstag, 27.6. Vormittag

9:00 - 9:30 am

Sue Ziebland

Oxford, GB

 

Understanding and using patients' experiences to improve healthcare

 

9:30 - 10:00

Christine Holmberg,

Berlin, Germany

 

Narratives as instruments for

decision making

 

10:00 - 10:10

Discussion

 

10:10 - 10:30

Break

 

10:30 - 11:00

Lars-Christer Hyden

Norrköping, Schweden

 

Stories, illness and narrative

 norms

 

11:00 - 11:30

 Janka Koschack & Wolfgang Himmel

Göttingen, Germany

Some critical comments on illness

 narratives in use

11:30 - 12:00

Gabriele Lucius-Hoene & Cornelia Helfferich

Freiburg. Germany

Illness narratives in use:

an overview

12:00 - 12:10

Discussion

 

 

Part III: Parallel workshops and papers


14.30 to 17.15
In parallel workshops (75 min., green) or paper presentations (35 min., white), projects or papers which take up the theme of the congress are presented. Papers and workshops raise practical, methodological, ethical  or theoretical issues, present experiences with narratives in practice or use the participants for data analysis. 

As the time pable of the presentations is coordinated, participants can freely change between the 8 sessions during the breaks.

A booklet with short abstracts of the presentations and short biographies of the speakers will soon be available on the website for download.

Language: English or German.

 

 

SESSION 1:

ROOM SRA

 

SESSION 2:

ROOM SRB

 

SESSION 3:

ROOM 2003

 

SESSION 4:

ROOM 4003

14.30 –

15.45

Alexandra Groß, Germany

Das Ungreifbare vermitteln – Krankheitsnarrative in semi-narrativen Interviews mit HIV-Patient/innen

Christian Roesler, Germany

Strukturale Traumanalyse: eine narrative Methode zur Analyse von Traumserien aus analytischen Psychotherapien

Susan Law, Ilja Ormel,

David Loutfi, Canada

Experience as evidence for health-care policy: a discussion about opportunities and challenges of using narratives to influence policy.

Eleonora Massa, Valentina Simeoni, Italy

Pregnancy 2.0. A corpus-based case study for the analysis of illness narratives online

15.45-16.00

 

B R E A K

 

 

B R E A K

 

B R E A K

 

B R E A K

16.00-16.35

Heike Knerich.  Miriam Haagen, Germany

Projektvorstellung: Kinder erzählen von Krankheit und Tod von Angehörigen

Paula McDonald,

Great Britain

Clinical realism- a new narrative genre and a potential tool for encouraging empathy in medical students

Rachel Grob & Mark Schlesinger, USA

When Public and Private Narratives Diverge: Experiences with Newborn Screening in the USA

Akiko Sawada, Yoko Setoyama, Rika Sakuma Sato, Japan                    

Are DIPEx narratives truly "useful" for patients?

―Analyses of ‘thank you!’ buttons and short comments in DIPEx-Japan website

16.35-16.40

B R E A K

B R E A K

B R E A K

B R E A K

16.40-17.15

Matthias Bandtel, Germany

Krankheitserzählungen in der politischen Kommuni-kation. Instrumentelle, institutionelle und soziale Funktionen von Pathographien politischer Akteure

Joyce Lamerichs, Manna Alma

Netherlands

Lessons from patients with dementia – developing an educational module for Intermediate Vocational Education

Gina Donoso, Ecuador

Survival Stories of Political Trauma. The Subjective Implications of Social Recognition: Empirical Psychosocial Study in Ecuador

Heewon Chang, USA, Korea

A Qualitative Content-Analysis of  Diabetic Patient Narratives from DIPExKorea

 

 

 

 

SESSION 5:

ROOM 5003

 

SESSION 6:

ROOM 2005

 

SESSION 7:

ROOM 3005

 

SESSION 8:

Conference Room

14.30 –

15.05

Iva Solcova et al., Czech Republic

Enabling Techniques: How to touch an experience

 

Natsumi Morita et al., Japan

Development of New Educational Program Using Patients’ Narratives in DIPEx-Japan           Paper

 

Aisha-Nusrat Ahmad & Phil Langer, Germany

Methodologische und ethische Herausforderungen in der qualitativen Sozialforschung mit demenzerkrankten Menschen                      

 

Maya Lavie-Ajayi, Israel

Illness narrative or narrative of social injustice can we listen to a different story?

15.05-

15.10

B R E A K

B R E A K

B R E A K

B R E A K

15.10-15.45

Joshua Prenosil , USA

 

Autonetography: A Methodology at the Heart of Things

Alexander Palant, Germany

 

Teaching of patients´ experiences: the website www.krankheitserfahrungen.de         

Yon Ok Jung, Yong ik Bak, Insok Im, South Korea 

Narrative in der Ärzteweiterbildung in Korea

Weronika Kalwak, Poland

How to think when you are not able to think, how to describe something not existing, how to speak with the other who screams? Challenges of research and diagnostic interviews on pain.

15.45-16.00

B R E A K

B R E A K

B R E A K

B R E A K

16.00-16.35

Chalotte Glintborg, Denmark

 “You can never be the same again”: Identity reonstruction following an Acquired Brain Injury. A case study

Christine Montross, USA             

Shared Encounters, Individual Narratives: Writing About Clinical Experiences

Ernst v.Kardorff, Alexander Meschnig, Sebastian Klaus, Germany

Kranksein in der Arbeitswelt – Krankheitsnarrationen und berufsbiografische Entscheidungen. Zu Verlaufskarrieren von Rehabilitanden in und nach beruflichen Qualifizierungsmaßnahmen.

 

Chris Heape et al., Denmark

Designing for Chronic Pain - Exploring the intercorporeal

16.35-16.40

B R E A K

16.40-17.15

Erez Miller, Amos Fleiscmann, Israel

To take or not to take? Online discussion of adolescents with ADHD regarding compliance with medication treatment

  

17.15

 Good bye apéro in the lounge

 

 18.30
Guided city tour in English or German.

  

Congress language:

Parts I and II:  English
Part III: English and German

 

The interdisciplinary program addresses professionals in medicine, research in health care and rehabilitation, psychosocial care and counseling, medical sociology, psychology and anthropology or linguistics and narratology.

 

 

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