restricted access   Volume 8, Number 1, Spring 2018

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

Editors' Note

p. v
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Narrative Symposium: Doctor in the Family: Stories and Dilemmas Surrounding Illness in Relatives

Full Collection of Personal Narratives

Narrative Symposium: Doctor in the Family: Stories and Dilemmas Surrounding Illness in Relatives

pp. 4-E-13
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Individual Personal Narratives

Family Portrait

pp. 4-6
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Found in the Translation

pp. 6-9
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Let Me Hold the Wheel, Daddy!

pp. 9-12
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Caution Ahead—Physician Parent

pp. 12-14
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A Family Affair

pp. 14-16
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PICU Doctor in the Family

pp. 16-18
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For the Love of Tomatoes and Movies: Lessons from a Grandfather's Passing

pp. 18-21
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A Family Physician: My Role and My Specialty

pp. 21-22
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My Father, My Patient

pp. 22-25
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Recognising Illness in a Loved One: The Obligation to Speak, the Pull of Silence

pp. 25-28
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Abdicating the Role of Physician, Losing the Role of Loved One

pp. 28-30
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Between a Father and a Son

pp. 30-33
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Commentary

When Professional Rightness is Personal

pp. 35-40
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Doctor in, and for, the Family?: Physicians Reflect on Care for Loved Ones

pp. 41-46
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The Dilemma of the "Doctor in the Family"

pp. 47-52
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Research Article

Views of Low-Income Women of Color at Increased Risk for Breast Cancer

pp. 53-66
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Case Study

A Personal Narrative on Living and Dealing with Psychiatric Symptoms after DBS Surgery

pp. 67-77
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Supplement: Veterans’ Health Care on the Home Front

Editors' Note

pp. 79-80
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Full Collection of Personal Narratives

Supplement: Veterans’ Health Care on the Home Front

pp. 80-95
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Individual Personal Narratives

The Price of Dependence

pp. 80-82
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Blindsided Abroad

pp. 82-84
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What We Miss, or Ignore, or Refuse to See

pp. 84-88
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Shitbag! An Autobigraphical Essay

pp. 88-90
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From Army service to physician to patient

pp. 90-92
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Limited patient choice within the Military Health System

pp. 92-95
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Commentary

Fighting for Freedom by Killing the Pain

pp. 97-101
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Narrative Symposium

DNR for a Survivor

pp. E1-E2
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Moving Through and Moving Forward

pp. E10-E13
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Everyone should have a physician in the family

pp. E3-E4
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Watershed and Intersections: The Doctor in the Family

pp. E4-E6
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The Doctor in the Family

pp. E6-E7
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Doctor in the Family or Family Doctor?

pp. E7-E10
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Doctor in the Family: Stories and Dilemmas Surrounding Illness in Relatives

pp. 1-3
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