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The Bridge Between Improv Comedy and Medical Improv!

I’ll never be a professional improvisor and don’t plan on returning to direct care as an RN. What I AM focused on is building a bridge between the transformative learning from theatre improvisation and skills we need to develop healthier relationships, teams, cultures, and systems. My 3rd … Continue reading

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Do you know about Senior List?

Lots of great topics and resources to check out! Want to learn more about Alzheimer’s, Caregiving, Hearing Loss? What about Home Care, Medical Alert Systems, or Senior Housing? Discounts?  Legal and financial information? If you are a senior, know one, … Continue reading

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Tough Communication Skills are Required for Safe Staffing! (With or Without Ratios)

Staffing ratios for nurses are essential to help to address pervasive and chronic problems of inadequate nurse staffing in many hospitals and hopefully some day, nursing homes and other primary care settings.  Ratios provide a structure that helps to ensure there … Continue reading

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