Socio-dramatic is a method, where participants impersonate characters from real life. In this paper it is exemplified by a workshop with a scenario around a family conversation in a palliative clinic with case Brian, who is 20 years and suffers from acute lymphatic cancer, where the family must provide information about the fact that the doctors has given him up. The socio-dramatic methods are very comparable with real life in a palliative clinic and therefore transferable to everyday life in the palliative clinic. Nevertheless, transferability depends on the leadership and collaborators accessibility to innovation to learning at the socio-dramatic workshop, and the facilitator’s translations of hidden emotions during the workshop and the usefulness of e.g. evidence based knowledge.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- palliative care
- image analysis