Medical Improv Status Activities: Don’t Miss this Cutting Edge Video!

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BB closer Headshot 1-13 CherationsHigh and low status behaviors are going on all around us all the time and we can be intentional about using them wisely!  If this program with these objectives pique your interest please join Shirley Cress Dudley, MA LPC NCC FACMPE, founder of the National Association of Independent Medical Practices and I on  this exciting edge of medical improv work!  Watch below, at NAIMP.org, or  listen w/ iTunes!  Please let me know your feedback and I am grateful for any sharing you do.

Status Activities from Medical Improv:  Leadership, Communication, Collaboration, & Culture 

  • Increase ability to identify verbal and nonverbal indicators of high and low status.
  • Recognize effective uses of status in therapeutic and inter-professional relationships.
  • Demonstrate ability to portray high or low status to promote positive individual and organizational behaviors.

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6 Responses to Medical Improv Status Activities: Don’t Miss this Cutting Edge Video!

  1. Elizabeth Scala says:

    You know I love it… but I LOVE how innovative and cutting edge you are, Beth, Great work and it’s awesome that you are able to do the work that you do both in person and online. Wonderful!!

    • Beth_Boynton_RN_MS says:

      Thanks so much Elizabeth. I’m grateful to Shirley Cress Dudley and the National Association of Independent Medical Practices, NAIMP.org for helping me raise awareness and knowledge about this rich experiential learning process. I know you appreciate the challenges and exciting opportunities of virtual teaching!

  2. Marsha Ann says:

    What an innovative way to work on our communication skills! Thanks for sharing Beth!

  3. Beth_Boynton_RN_MS says:

    Thank you very much, Donna. For your enthusiasm, time, and sharing. I look forward to your feedback. And just so you know, I’m very excited to be working up a presentation for 100-200 nurse educators for a continuing educational program with Niagra University this fall. Stay tuned for more about THAT soon!

  4. Donna Carol Maheady says:

    Beth,
    You know I am excited to learn more about medical improv!
    It has such potential in nursing education programs. I look forward to listening and sharing widely with my colleagues.

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