Narrative Authority, Moral Injury & Pathways to Wellbeing With Fahmida Hossain | Mental Health Monday
With Fahmida Hossain
Monday, November 8 @ 11:00 am PST
Narrative Authority, Moral Injury & Pathways to Wellbeing With Fahmida Hossain
ABOUT FAHMIDA HOSSAIN
Fahmida Hossain is a PhD candidate, a Certified Healthcare Ethics Consultant, and a pivotal contributor to Naridus. She is completing her dissertation and will graduate in Spring 2022.
Fahmida’s vision is to place narrative and storytelling as a lived and practical means to positively influence health best practices improvements) through an innovative approach she calls Narrative Authority—a method to change which she describes as “thoroughly other-oriented, dialogue-based, culturally sensitive, nonjudgmental, and always story-dependent.”
Fahmida is passionate about women and gender issues and recognizes the role that unquestioned assumption plays in providing excellent care. Her ideas have been noted and presented in a number of notable journals and international conferences. In addition, she was recently awarded the prestigious 2021 McAnulty Dissertation Fellowship Award at Duquesne University for her significant research in her field.
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Lindsay B. Carey, Timothy J. Hodgson, Lillian Krikheli, Rachel Y. Soh, Annie-Rose Armour, Taranjeet K. Singh & Cassandra G. Impiombato
Journal of Religion and Health volume 55, pages1218–1245 (2016)
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