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“Voices from the Field” Medline Series on Medical Improv

A little over two years ago, I started some “Guestblogging” for Medline on the emerging field of Medical Improv.  The series provides a great overview of the topic for those interested in understanding why we need it and how powerful … Continue reading

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Storytelling: Can this art help us change human behavior?

According to Jude Treder-Wolff, LCSW, CGP. MT  “Professionals in human services and health care can use storytelling to influence shifts in consciousness, change behavior and promote our work.”  Jude is a consultant/trainer a writer/performer, singer, storyteller creative arts psychotherapist and Applied … Continue reading

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Workforce Health AND Patient Experience-BOTH Matter!

If you ask me, trying to improve Patient Experience without addressing Workforce Health will severely limit the effectiveness of any initiative!  And I’m referring to both the physical and psychological health of the healthcare team.  Because if you are in … Continue reading

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