Alice Munro was awarded this year's Nobel Prize in Literature. To mark the honour, The New Yorker republished one of her classic short stories — one set mainly in a nursing home.

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A story to promote empathy in dementia care

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As the piece points out, sometimes having a student read a piece of fiction about an issue, in this case residential aged care, may open their eyes more than just reading another research article...