Duct Tape isn't Enough - Resiliency and the healing power of stories

Lecture InterProfessional Education Collaborative

Ron Breazeale, PhD, Marilyn Morrell, Consumer Advocate

Professor of Africana Studies, Brown University.

This presentation will review and give participants an opportunity to practice the skills and the attitudes of resilience and to examine how they can be applied to themselves and their patients. Consumers of healthcare services will talk frankly about how they have applied these skills and attitudes to managing a disability or a chronic illness. Participants should develop a greater appreciation for these skills and attitudes and how they can be integrated into their practices.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Gain awareness of concepts of resilience and its impact on health
  • Exposure to skills and attitudes present for resilient health and healing

IPE Competencies: Communication, Patient-Centered Care

Address

WCHP Lecture Hall "Located behind Parker Pavilion, in Proctor Hall, Portland Campus (All WCHP Lecture Hall)

Sponsors

InterProfessional Education Collaborative (IPEC)

Jan252012
12:00 PM1:30 PM
WCHP Lecture Hall "Located behind Parker Pavilion, in Proctor Hall, Portland Campus (All WCHP Lecture Hall)

Portland

Free and open to the public