What is Possible in Saskatchewan Health Care
Ulrich Teucher, Marcel D’Eon, & Doreen Walker
Parzifal’s “What ails You?”
Parzifal’s Story
Giving Away The Last Shirt
Motivations for Health Care
Wanting to Help
Studying Cure
No Time to Care
t
Disconnect
Marcel D’Eon, Doreen Walker, Ulrich Teucher
UofS Patient Narrative Seminars
Part 1: What is it like to be ill?
Sample patient story (42yr-old woman, cancer)
“I have been hesitant to start. A little ...
Part 1: What is it like to be ill?
Sample patient story continued . . .
“. . . I don’t yet know, completely, abso-lutely, ...
What is it like to be ill?
Bob Boyer
A Smallpox Issue
What is it like to be ill?
Ottomar
Gassenmeyer
“Self portrait”
What is it like to be ill?
William Utermolen
“Self Portrait”
What is it like to be ill?
Regina Holliday
What is it like to be ill?
Craig Getzlaff
“Brainstorm”
What is it like to be ill?
Volker Rodermond
“Faces in Circle”
What is it like to be ill?
Kay Minto, “Nike
of Mastectomy”
What is it like to be ill?
Annette
Francoise
What is it like to be ill?
Colette Whiten
Part II: Reflection
Writing, Sharing, Being
UofS Patient Narrative Seminars
Feedback
Parzifal’s “What ails you?”
My Last Shirt, For The King
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  1. 1. What is Possible in Saskatchewan Health Care Ulrich Teucher, Marcel D’Eon, & Doreen Walker Parzifal’s “What ails You?”
  2. 2. Parzifal’s Story Giving Away The Last Shirt
  3. 3. Motivations for Health Care Wanting to Help
  4. 4. Studying Cure
  5. 5. No Time to Care
  6. 6. t Disconnect
  7. 7. Marcel D’Eon, Doreen Walker, Ulrich Teucher UofS Patient Narrative Seminars
  8. 8. Part 1: What is it like to be ill? Sample patient story (42yr-old woman, cancer) “I have been hesitant to start. A little nervous, a little unsure. But I think it is something that might help me. Putting words to it. Giving it some form. Acknowledging the vastness of it, the complexity, the dreadful black blessing that it is . . .
  9. 9. Part 1: What is it like to be ill? Sample patient story continued . . . “. . . I don’t yet know, completely, abso-lutely, what it is to have cancer. To write it out: I have cancer. But this is the very thing I want. I want to tell it and deal with it and give it a place, but I don’t want it to be the whole thing . . .”
  10. 10. What is it like to be ill? Bob Boyer A Smallpox Issue
  11. 11. What is it like to be ill? Ottomar Gassenmeyer “Self portrait”
  12. 12. What is it like to be ill? William Utermolen “Self Portrait”
  13. 13. What is it like to be ill? Regina Holliday
  14. 14. What is it like to be ill? Craig Getzlaff “Brainstorm”
  15. 15. What is it like to be ill? Volker Rodermond “Faces in Circle”
  16. 16. What is it like to be ill? Kay Minto, “Nike of Mastectomy”
  17. 17. What is it like to be ill? Annette Francoise
  18. 18. What is it like to be ill? Colette Whiten
  19. 19. Part II: Reflection Writing, Sharing, Being
  20. 20. UofS Patient Narrative Seminars Feedback
  21. 21. Parzifal’s “What ails you?” My Last Shirt, For The King

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