Category Archives: Listening

What Happens with Medical Improv in a Room Full of Nurses?

Catching my breath after returning from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and presenting a Medical Improv workshop that focused on building emotional intelligence for Patient-centered Care at the International Nursing Symposium.  The symposium was part of the Security Forces Hospital’s initiative … Continue reading

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Medical Improv in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia!

Hi All, I’m getting ready for an exciting journey to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where I will present at the International Nursing Symposium!  Nervous, excited, and honored are feelings swirling around in my heart and mind about my trip and workshop! … Continue reading

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“Hope is the Thing with Feathers” & Cancer Sucks!

Pam Capecelatro Raiford is a dear friend who has recently gone on Hospice. Her devoted husband Guy Capecelatro III is a musician and also a friend.  They have a love together that has always seemed joyful and profound. Guy has … Continue reading

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