Vol. 17 No. 2 (2017)
Materiali e strumenti

Formare alla competenza narrativa nelle professioni sanitarie: prospettive d’intervento

Sabina Colombini
Dipartimento di Filosofia e Scienze dell’Educazione, Università degli Studi di Torino
Gruppo NARRAVITA
Gruppo di Ricerca ASLTO4 – IVREA (partecipante). Membri del Gruppo: Elisabetta Iacono (Cure domiciliari Settimo, coordinatrice di Narravita); Carla Bena (Cure domiciliari Settimo); Lucia Calafiore (pediatria, Ivrea); Alba Cantatore (Corso di laurea in Infermieristica); Cristina Capello (Dipartimento materno-infantile, Banchette); Fabrizia Cogo (Corso di laurea in Infermieristica); Laura Fasola (Oncologia Ciriè); Giulia Giarrizzo (Corso di laurea in Infermieristica); Marcello Giove (Psicologia ospedaliera); Viviana Grua (Nefrologia e dialisi, Ivrea); Emanuela Guarcello (Corso di laurea Infermieristica); Serafina Lo Piccolo (Corso di laurea Infermieristica); Emanuela Marangon (Oncologia Cirié); Maria Grazia Martin (SERD, Chivasso); Daniela Negro (Dipartimento materno-infantile, Banchette); Roberto Nanetti (Riabilitazione San Mauro); Roberto Quarisa (Formazione aziendale); Maria Pia Quassolo (Rianimazione, Ivrea); Chiara Rizzo (Corso di laurea in Infermieristica); Nadia Stocco (Cure domiciliari San Mauro).
Published October 6, 2017
Keywords
  • narrative medicine,
  • narrative skills,
  • training
How to Cite
Colombini, S., & NARRAVITA, G. (2017). Formare alla competenza narrativa nelle professioni sanitarie: prospettive d’intervento. Tutor – Attualità, Proposte E Ricerche Per l’Educazione Nelle Scienze Della Salute, 17(2), 43-49. https://doi.org/10.14601/Tutor-20668

Abstract

The NARRAVITA team: Since 2013, the Multi-professional and Multidisciplinary team NARRAVITA (ASLTO4 - IVREA) has been working to raise awareness and spread the use of narrative medicine models to nursing processes. Introduction: National and international scientific literature still has many “grey areas” regarding the concept of narrative competences and how to apply them in heathcare training. Defining the specific competences (and practical skills) which need to be mastered and implemented in order make healthcare more effective has become an imperative. Identifying these skills is essential when designing training courses for students and healthcare staff. Discussion: Training using narrative competences means promoting a fuller awareness and knowledge of a set of communicative, relational, emotional and cognitive skills. Collecting and analysing narratives produced by the assisted person enable heathcare workers and identify which of them can be used to construct an effective and shared care pathway. The Narravita team’s work focuses on an analysis of recent literature on narrative skills training. While the literature contains no clear indications of what narrative competences are exactly, there are recurring nodes that will enable us to outline some indispensable skills and skill sets to be studied. Conclusions: The Narravita team intends to examine both the data emerging from specialised scientific literature as well as related beliefs, knowledge and experiences of operators. The latter will be invaluable in substantiating and/or completing what emerges in the literature. Integrating the two perspectives will help to identify the best criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of healthcare training paths.

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