June 28, 2013 | 4:57 PM | Carey Goldberg Translating Your Medical Story Instantly Into Audio Art FILED UNDER: Boston, Medicine/Science, Personal Health, medical narrative E-mail Twitter (14) facebook (59) This post has been removed based on further reporting. For questions, please click on the “Get in touch” button at the bottom of the page. Newer PostJunk! Organic! Fair Trade! Have You Noticed The Food Fight’s Heating Up? → Older Post← It’s Not An Opioid, So This Painkiller Is Safe, Right? Not Quite Please follow our community rules when engaging in comment discussion on this site. Pam Burns This is an interesting concept into the personal, human, emotional view of the medical field. As a bedside nurse for many years, now retired, this idea could be taken a step futher by interviewing some of us who are no longer working in the ‘establishment’. Also, I cared for my elderly parents which gives an even wider viewpoint of the inner workings. Add me as a patient of a botched surgery that nearly took my life and you will have the makings of a truely remarkable piece of art. The music could be very moving and draw the listener into the story OR the other way around-the words of the story might enhance the music, pulling the audience in another way. However it works best, you have an audience that is in need of a new approach to the way life/health/death are handled in this new age. It is a confusing time. Using the story/music approach is true genius! You will reach so many that are overlooked when they have a loved one, a friend or even a pet that is suddenly thrust into the system. There are those of us who have/want to tell our story but it always sounds as if we’re whinning/complaining and definately boring/repetitive. Thank you in advance for your determination/effort to make this project successful. My best wishes and good Karma are coming your way, Pamela Meyer-Burns email@example.com PLEASE, keep me updated on your project!