Category Archives: Communication in Healthcare

A Disturbing Conversation Between Nurse Leaders!

***(I’m changing the details to protect privacy.)*** A few days ago, I was sitting with two men, both nurse leaders for LTC facilities.  Bob, Bill, and I were discussing patient-centered care with respect to personal care preferences. Bob:  “Mr. Jones … Continue reading

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5 Tips from a Standardized Patient on How to Prepare Yourself for First Step of the USMLE Exam

By Eric Brown The United States Medical Licensing Exam, (USMLE) Step 1 exam is conducted to test a candidate’s ability to apply their theoretical knowledge and concepts while practicing medicine. Because of the intensive nature of this exam, you need … Continue reading

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Reaching Out to Healthcare Leaders on the NH/ME Seacoast

Earlier this month I received a standing ovation from Holistic Nurses at their annual conference in Kennebunkport, ME.  It was an honor and affirming! I am excited about the fun and transformative power that Medical Improv can have in healthcare … Continue reading

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