Bleary Image.

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Summary of "Bleary Image."

Pastel and oil paint on wood are used to investigate the importance and challenge of self-preservation during processes of medical training and professionalization. This image considers whether, why, and how self-sacrifice is necessary to become a good physician and investigates this set of themes from ethical and aesthetic perspectives.


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Name: AMA journal of ethics
ISSN: 2376-6980
Pages: E309-310


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