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AHRQ IS Listening!

A few weeks ago I was preparing a webinar on the Deeper Work of Teaching Assertiveness for F.A. Davis Publishing.  In it I discussed some blindspots I’ve noticed in our solutions to date re: improving communication in healthcare.  I also included … Continue reading

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Will Cameras in the OR Improve Patient Safety?

 Real Stories from the Streets of Healthcare! Martine Ehrenclou, MA and Beth Boynton, RN, MS With patients and healthcare professionals all too often on opposite sides of the table, our goal is to bridge that gap. As a patient/patient advocate … Continue reading

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Medical Improv is Relevant to Outcomes You Seek!

“Beth created a wonderful presentation on Medical Improv for NAIMP.org (National Association of Independent Medical Practices) teaching us how our language effects patient safety, collaboration and communication. It was great information for our listeners and we hope she will return … Continue reading

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