ASHRM Past-President’s Powerful Testimonial re: Medical Improv Session

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I was honored to present the General Session for the New England Regional Risk Management Society on May 1, 2016.   We had fun and the learning was profound.  Here’s a testimonial that I am extremely excited about and know will help raise awareness about  this promising experiential learning process called “Medical Improv“!

search“I recently attended (participated would be more accurate!) Beth Boynton’s Medical Improv session at the 2016 New England Regional Risk Management Annual Conference. Not knowing what to expect, I was delighted to learn about a wonderful approach to improving communication in healthcare settings!  The concept is so simple-use improv techniques to engage, connect, and actually listen to the “other” when conversing.

As a healthcare risk manager, I am stymied by the continuing problems with communication issues (among clinicians and between clinicians and patients) as a root cause of medical error and dissatisfaction. This concept for enhancing mindful communication offers hope for improvement in our field. I can’t wait to explore further!”  –Ellen Grady Venditti, MS, RN, CPHRM, FASHRM Risk Management and Patient Safety Consultant

This blogpost series on Medline explains more about the value of Medical Improv.

More testimonials!

If you’d like to schedule a presentation or have questions, please email beth@bethboynton.com or call:  603-205-3509!

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