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  • In memory of Marcello Cesa-Bianchi
    • Abstract: Carlo Cipolli, Carlo Cristini, Alessandro Porro

      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Psychology in Sicily in the context of Italian Academy
    • Abstract: Marcello Cesa-Bianchi

      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Empathy and Theory of Mind: Differences and Interactions
    • Abstract: Letizia Bartolomeo, Luca Cerniglia, Micaela Capobianco
      Although both empathy and theory of mind allow human beings to understand others through the representation of their mental states or their emotional states, research in the field of neuroscience has shown that the abilities of mentalizing and empathizing are associated with activation of different neuro-cognitive circuits. On the other hand, recent studies, based on naturalistic paradigms, have shown that the neural systems involved in sharing and mentalization experiences play a complementary role during complex social interactions. This review aims to discuss distinction and overlap in the constructs of empathy and theory of the mind, both from the psychological and neurobiological point of view. The knowledge of the state of the art in this theme can support and direct the planning of specific clinical interventions mainly based on the strengthening of empathic abilities or theory of mind.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Introduction
    • Abstract: Federica Biassoni, Paola Iannello

      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • "Let’s talk about us". Methodological issues for a narrative
           intervention in nursing home
    • Abstract: Manuela Cantoia, Sabina Arcellaschi
      The paper describes an exploratory phenomenographical study with five el-derly men and women of 74-94 years of age. The study was aimed at assessing the criteria for an intervention in nursing care based on the narration of the self to an interviewer or in small group. Participants registered an improvement in the degree of perceived wellbeing and in participation in social activities. Critical and methodological issues of interventions in nursing homes are discussed.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Importance of narrative medicine to elderly patients
    • Abstract: Venusia Covelli
      The present paper aims to describe, from a theoretical and application point of view, the contribution of the Narrative Medicine (NM) (Charon, 2006; Green-halgh, 2003) to the care of elderly patients. With reference to healthcare research, NM is finding a breeding ground for its application with elderly patients. In fact, as Cenci recently stated (2016), NM might provide useful tools in order to better plan the elderly patients’ pathway of care, more centered on the person and less on the health condition alone. Among all available tools for collecting and using the illness stories, one is privileged for elderly patients: the Time-Slips intervention (Basting, 2009). This intervention consists of inviting the person to improvise a story on the basis of a stimulus, such as an image or a drawing, in order to activate imagination and creativity, thus shifting the elderly patients’ attention from the request to remember past events or facts, which is often the case of some task. Throughout their stories, elderly patients might help healthcare professionals to focus on their current experiences (hic et nunc), past experiences (life stories), and related to their future, so to enrich their clinical chart with much more information about their illness experience, thus facilitating the personalization of their pathway of care. This is worth both in a context of care that finishes in the brief period (hospitalization for a routine checkup), and in a long-term care facility.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Memory: The narrative workshop for institutionalized elderly people
    • Abstract: Tiziana Tesauro, Ester Russo
      This article presents the results obtained by the method Memory (Tesauro, 2013), based on the practice of the self-narration, during two experimentations: the first one implemented in a residential structure for elderly of the Municipality of Naples, in concomitance with European Year for Active Aging (decision 940/2011/EU), the second one performed in Naples in 2016, in two residential structures for elderly and homeless subjects. Memory examines the activation processes of institutionalized elderly who have limited mobility capacity. The re-search query revolves around a central question: what could it mean to be active for subjects residing in a residential building and confined to a wheelchair or a bed' The basic idea is that narrating and narrating one’s own story could consti-tute a good practice of activation. The objective, therefore, is to promote storytelling as a practice of activation in these subjects. This pilot experiment shows that through the narrative practice it is possible to induce, clinically, processes of personal development that cure, producing on the subjects important changes, that are not always measurable, but not for this reason less real. In line with the approach of the so called narrative medicine the case Memory proves the therapeutic effects of the narration.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Self-narratives about transition to nursing home: An intervention for the
           institutionalized elderly’s wellbeing
    • Abstract: Federica Biassoni, Stefania Balzarotti, Paola Iannello
      Transition to nursing home represents a challenge for the individual resources and a turmoil in the relationship between the person and his/her context, threatening the personal wellbeing. Finding a balance between the institutionalized elderly and the new context is a fundamental requirement for successful taking charge. The present work describes an intervention aimed at empowering the elderly’s wellbeing in nursing home thanks to the creation of a dialogic space with a care provider. Within such a context the participants experienced self narration as a space for sense making and emotion regulation and as an opportunity for care through relationship.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Rehabilitation after hip fracture in elderly: Proposal for a
           self-narration training
    • Abstract: Paola Iannello, Federica Biassoni, Laura Bertola
      Hip fracture is one of the most common health care problems among elderly people. Literature shows that hip fracture in the elderly has potentially significant negative consequences, which concern, beyond the physical and bodily dimen-sion, also the psychological one. The present contribution describes a self-narrative training - named Self-Narrative Journey (SNJ) - which consists of a semi-structured interview proposed to hospitalized elderly people during the in-hospital rehabilitation after hip fracture surgery. The SNJ aims to stimulate the self-narrative of the patient, helping him integrate the critical event of hip fracture into his autobiographical history and supporting him in the process of making sense of this traumatic event.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • The narrative medicine as based on the rehabilitative project: Me.Na.Ria
    • Abstract: Mary Micheli, Federico Scarponi, Maria Letizia Nunzi, Matilde Conti, Elena Bocchini, Mauro Zampolini
      The Me.Na.Ria. study (Narrative Medicine as the basis of the Rehabilitation Project) born in February 2016 within the GCA Department's Simple Hospital Structure in Foligno (USLUmbria2), and originates from the Narrative-based Medicine’s concept, which emphasizes the importance of listening to the patient, and furthermore considers essential the emerging personal stories from both pa-tients and families. This process is considered to be the path of integration among illness and healing: People, through their stories, become the protagonists of the cure process. Purpose of the study: to verify whether the use of a narrative medi-cine tool (Semi-structured interviews), throughout the rehabilitation of patients with Severe Acquired Brain Injury (GCA), can influence the design and imple-mentation of the Individual Rehabilitation Project, and besides improves the per-ception of taking care of family members considered as "peer experts". Main aim: to verify whether the use of Semi-structured interviews influence the PRI writing and implementation through the following indicators: correspondence between expected and actual hospitality times, correspondence between the post-discharge setting identified by the rehabilitation team and the actual team, improvement of the patient's Cognitive Operation Level (LCF). Second aim: to assess whether the use of narrative medicine tools improve familial perception needs and stress reduction (Caregiver Need Assessment (CNA) administered at the entrance and discharge). The first partial results have confirmed how the narrative approach can be considered as a utility process for the person best cure and rehabilitation; identifies the "functioning" of the person and family as well as the desires and expectations allowing an appropriate taking care of the person. Therefore, the importance to address the needs of family members by strengthening the resources and facilities of the family is crucial, so that the person can return home even with severe disabilities.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Narrative in medicine: Autobiographical narrative as an elaboration
           tool in the pediatric oncology professionals’ experience
    • Abstract: Chiara Fioretti
      The present study aims to explore autobiographical memories of a multidisci-plinary team dealing with pediatric brain tumors, exploring professionals’ narra-tives and investigating specific and shared contents, with the broader goal of pro-jecting a support intervention for the professional staff. 19 professionals members of the health staff caring for children with brain tumors took part to autobiograhical narratives aiming to explore their memories dealing with the relational experience with patients, their families and other members of the team. Interviews lasted 45 minutes and have been recorded, transcribed and analysed with the T-Lab software (Lancia, 2004). Cluster analysis has pointed out four topics in narratives: the management of relationships with families, the difficulty of maintaining the professional role in the relation with patients, dealing with death and disability in caring for children and personal memories not directly related with professional life. Autobiographical narrative is an important tool to collect information and to project interventions not only with patients but also with the professional staff. Furthermore, the present study helped researchers to identify problems and resources shared within the health staff in order to project an intervention focused on the empowerment of relational and clinical competences starting from collected narratives.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Narrative Medicine, digital technologies and the personalisation of
           treatment for elderly patients
    • Abstract: Cristina Cenci
      The digital revolution, the precision medicine and the rise of the so-called "new over 75 patients" require us to reconsider and integrate the EBM paradigm. The key word of this transformation is the personalization of the illness and cure path. Narrative medicine can speed this process by providing both the theory frameworks and the methodologies for an integration of biomedical and biographical aspects, of typologies and individuals, of guidelines and clinical intuition. The digital technologies can facilitate and leverage the use of narrative medicine in clinical practice and the integration of quantitative and narrative data.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
  • Norme per gli Autori
    • Abstract:

      PubDate: Mon, 15 Apr 2018 8:00:00 GMT
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