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How Exciting is This? A Medical Improv Workshop at Rutgers!

Introducing Medical Improv: A New Experiential Method for Improving Communication, Collaboration, & Leadership! Last December, I had the honor, along with second-year medical students, Peter Rezkalla and Jessica Tu, to present a Medical Improv workshop sponsored by the Department of … Continue reading

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New Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Tool Could be a Game-changer!

I’ve had the privilege of working with Bob Latino, CEO Reliabilty Center, Inc and find his work in RCA to be compelling.  In fact, he’s written several articles for “Confident Voices in Healthcare” such as Six Reasons Why RCA Efforts Fail! … Continue reading

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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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