Hartley Jafine: The Role of Drama in the Health Sciences

Authors

  • Ilia Ostrovski McMaster University
  • Brian Chin
  • Shelly Chopra

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15173/m.v1i21.795

Keywords:

Applied Drama, Health Science, Medical Education, Medical School, Healthcare Professional, Theatre,

Abstract

Hartley Jafine is an instructor of theatre and arts-based courses in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program. He has studied and used applied drama—a form of theatre that is now being used as a tool for social and interpersonal skill development—as an educational medium for many years. The Meducator recently had the opportunity to interview Jafine on the effectiveness of applied drama in helping students regain their passion and health professionals understand their patients.

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Published

2012-04-03

How to Cite

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Ostrovski I, Chin B, Chopra S. Hartley Jafine: The Role of Drama in the Health Sciences. M [Internet]. 2012 Apr. 3 [cited 2021 Sep. 20];1(21). Available from: https://journals.mcmaster.ca/meducator/article/view/795

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