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  • Title: 2012 Forum Research Abstract Presentations - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: Print to Page.. Edit This Favorite.. Name:.. Category:.. Share:.. Yes.. No, Keep Private.. 2012 Forum Research Abstract Presentations.. Forum Home.. Daily Schedule.. Submit Abstracts.. Presentation Topics.. Presenter Information.. Continuing Education.. FAQs.. Flinders Pre-Course Workshop.. Host Venue.. Hotel Information.. Providence Area.. 2012 AACH TEACHING RESEARCH FORUM.. RESEARCH ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS.. Below is a list of Research Abstract topics that will be presented at the 2012 AACH Research Teaching Forum.. Click the image below for the detailed concurrent schedule:.. "Yes, I smoke.. it's not tobacco" — Use and Disclosure of Marijuana Use During Pregnancy.. Author: Judy Chang, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine;.. Communication Needs Assessment in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (PHO) Fellowship.. Authors: Wilson File, UT Southwestern Medical Center; Patrick Leavey, UT Southwestern Medical Center; Carma Bylund, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Jennifer Kesselheim, Harvard Medical School.. Does the Importance of Patient-centered Communication Vary by Patient and Physician Gender?.. Author: Som Saha, Portland VA Medical Center.. Entering Into Home Hospice Nursing: Managing Uncertainty with Communication.. Authors: Cristina Gilstrap, Drury University; Zachary White, Queens University of Charlotte.. Escalating Bad News: Cancer Diagnoses with Treatment-Related Fertility Risks, a Qualitative Study (Funded by the National Cancer Institute).. Authors: Catherine Dube, Brown University/The Miriam Hospital; Susan Allen, Brown University; Christine Duffy, Lifespan; Margaret Wool, Brown University.. Factors that Sustain Humanism in Teachers of Internal Medicine Residents.. Author: Dr.. Carol Chou, University of Pennsylvania.. Impact of Health Disparities Education on Medical Students’ Cultural Competence.. Authors: Somnath Saha, Portland VA Medical Center; Francesca Dwamena, Michigan State University.. Implications for Improving Patient-Provider Communication with LGBT Patients.. Authors: Rebekah Angove, Medical College of Wisconsin; Hinah Siddique, Medical College of Wisconsin; Michael Farrell, Medical College of Wisconsin; Lisa Bradford, Medical College of Wisconsin.. Interest, Support and Missed Opportunities: Medical Students’ Response to Patient Contextual Clues.. Authors: Cayla Teal, Baylor College of Medicine; Angela Chen, Rice University; Stacey Isidro, Rice University; Christina St.. Michel, Baylor College of Medicine.. Internet-based Information-seeking Behaviors after Parents Receive Abnormal Newborn Screening Results.. Authors: Rachel Patterson, Medical College of Wisconsin; Sara Roedl, Medical College of Wisconsin; Michael Farrell, Medical College of Wisconsin.. Learning to Work Together: Interprofessional Competencies for the Future.. Authors: Elizabeth Rider, Harvard Medical School; Michelle Troseth, CPM Resource Center.. Long-Term Effects of Empathy Training: A One Year Follow-up Qualitative Study.. Authors: Aine Lorie, Massachusetts General Hospital; Geralynn Ferrara, Rhode Island Hospital.. Missing the Mark? Consistencies and Discrepancies Between Pediatric Provider and Parent Perceptions of Health literacy and Shared Decision-Making.. Authors: Brandon Greene, Weill Cornell Medical College; Julia M Rosenberg, Weill Cornell Medical College; Melissa Cain, Weill Cornell Medical College; Christine A Prifti, Drexel University College of Medicine; Mary J Ward, Weill Cornell Medical College; Thanakorn Jirasevijinda, Weill Cornell Medical College.. Motivational Interviewing by HIV Care Providers is Associated with Patient Commitment to Reduce Unsafe Sexual Behavior.. Authors: Tabor Flickinger, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Somnath Saha, Oregon Health and Science University; Gary Rose, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology; Ira Wilson, Brown University; Stephen Berry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; P.. Todd Korthuis, Oregon Health and Science University.. Navigating Challenging Conversations with Surgical Patients and Families: An Opportunity to Improve Quality of Care.. Authors: Eileen Laband, Children's Hospital Boston; Sigall Bell, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital; Judith Mahoney, Children's Hospital Boston; Marge David; Marilyn Moonan, Children's Hospital Boston; Craig Lillehei, Children's Hospital Boston.. Outpatient Handoff Communication Decision-making Among Multidisciplinary Provider Teams in two VA Outpatient Clinics.. Authors: Christopher Koenig, University of California, San Francisco; Shira Maguen, University of California, San Francisco; Aaron Daley, University of California, San Francisco; Gregory Cohen, Columbia University; Karen Seal, University of California, San Francisco.. Pathways Through the Encounter: How Experienced Clinicians Recognize  ...   pain” — Strategies to Elicit Relevant Clinical Information while Building Rapport in Doctor-Patient Hospital Consultations.. Authors: Suzanne Eggins, University of Technology Sydney; Diana Slade, University of Technology Sydney.. The Human Dimensions of Healthcare: Creating an International Charter.. Authors: Elizabeth Rider, Harvard Medical School; Ming-Jung Ho, National Taiwan University; William Branch, Jr.. , Emory University School of Medicine; Diana Slade, University of Technology, Sydney.. The Influence of Uncertainty in the Evaluation of Chest Pain among Culturally Diverse Populations.. Authors: Suzanne Mitchell, Boston University School of Medicine; Paula Gardiner, Boston University School of Medicine; Brian Jack, Boston University School of Medicine.. The Massachusetts BMI Letter: Understanding Parents' Responses and Health Literacy Skills.. Authors: Lindsay Moyer, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Sarah Goff, Baystate Medical Center; Jean Anliker, University of Massachusetts Amherst.. The Role of Embarrassment on College Student Health Care Seeking Decisions.. Authors: Lisa Bradford, Medical College of Wisconsin; Katherine Becker, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Jennifer Peterson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.. "What would you do if this were your child?” — Practitioners’ Responses During Enacted Conversations in the USA.. Authors: Elaine Meyer, Children's Hospital Boston; Giulia Lamiani, San Paolo Hospital; Marjorie Foer, Susan Wayne Center for Excellence; Robert Truog, Children's Hospital Boston.. Communicating Large Scale Adverse Events: Lessons from Media Reactions to Risk.. Authors: Elizabeth Maguire, Veterans Health Administration; A.. Rani Elwy, Veterans Health Administration, Bedford; Barbara G.. Bokhour, Veterans Health Administration, Bedford; Allen L.. Gifford, Veterans Health Administration, Bedford; Todd Wagner, Veterans Health Administration, Palo Alto; Steven Asch, Veterans Health Administration, Palo Alto.. Sign-out Snapshot: Evaluation of Written Sign-outs from Different Specialties.. Authors: Amy Schoenfeld, Yale School of Medicine; Leora Horwitz, Yale School of Medicine.. A Rapid Feedback Report Card Intervention to Assess and Improve Physicians’ Communication Skills.. Authors: Michael Farrell, Medical College of Wisconsin; Stephanie Christopher, Medical College of Wisconsin; Sara Roedl, Medical College of Wisconsin; Faith O'Tool, Medical College of Wisconsin; Nadia Ahmad, Medical College of Wisconsin; Philip Farrell, University of Wisconsin, Madison.. Can Cancer Communication Modules Incorporating Evocative Stories from Patients Improve Residents OSCE Performance?.. Authors: Forrest Lang, East Tennesee State University; James Gorniewicz, East Tennessee State University.. Measuring Interactional Sensitivity in the Chronic Medical Visit.. Author: Christina Sabee, San Francisco State University.. Multidisciplinary Perceptions of the Efficacy of Physician to Physician Transition of Care: Current Practice and Changes in Perceptions Post Policy Intervention.. Authors: Darshana Shah, Marshall University, Joan C.. Edwards School of MedicineDana Eilen, Marshall University, Joan C.. Edwards School of Medicine; Joan C.. Viksjo, Marshall University, Joan C.. Edwards School of Medicine.. Open Notes: Is Transparency the Best Medicine?.. Author: Sigall Bell, BIDMC.. Schwartz Center Rounds as an Avenue to Promote Compassionate Care and Interdisciplinary Dialogue at an Academic Safety-Net Healthcare System.. Author: Alyce Getler, Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School.. Training Resident Physicians to GUIDE Their Patients.. Author: Amanda Magee, Lenox Hill Hospital.. Clinical Technology vs.. Behavioral Counseling: Does One Sacrifice the Other?.. Authors: Mary Donovan, Georgetown University School of Medicine; Vincent WinklerPrins, Georgetown University School of Medicine; Shyrl Sistrunk, Georgetown University School of Medicine.. Neurobiological Changes Accompany Patient-Centered Interviewing.. Authors: Robert C.. Smith, Michigan State University; Isordoros Sarinopoulous; Ashley Bartell-Hesson; Seungcheol A.. Lee, Michigan State University; Chelsea Gordon; Lu Wang.. Personal Health Information Management and Source Preferences in Persons Managing Multiple Co-morbid Chronic Conditions.. Author: Jennifer Hill, Department of Veterans Affairs.. The Hopkins Learning Environment Survey (HLES): Development and Validation of an Efficient Tool to Assess Student Perceptions of the Medical School Environment.. Author: Robert Shochet, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.. Remember Me.. Forgot your password?.. Haven't registered yet?.. 4/17/2013.. Now Accepting 2013 DocCom Curriculum Award Applications.. Featured Members.. CONFERENCES.. Forum.. ICCH.. On-site Communication C.. ourses..

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  • Title: 2012 Forum Posters - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: 2012 Forum Posters.. POSTERS.. Below is a list of poster topics that will be presented at the 2012 AACH Research Teaching Forum.. Click the image below for the detailed concurrent session schedule:.. Posters can be shipped to or dropped off at the course site.. If you wish to ship your poster, you may do so beginning two weeks prior to the course.. Please notify Lisa Thompson at.. lthompson@amrms.. if you will shipping your poster.. Ship to:.. Jody Soares, Event Manager.. University Event and Conference Services.. Brown University.. 295 Lloyd Ave.. Providence, RI 02912.. Drop off:.. If you are bringing your poster to the conference you must drop it off at the registration table in the Smtih Buonanno foyer on.. Friday, October 12th no later than 1pm.. On-site staff will set up your poster for you.. Posters will be affixed to the display boards by push pins.. Poster Titles:.. Choosing Your Words: Patient Race Predicts the Linguistic Structure of Physicians' Treatment Recommendations.. Author: Ashley Hesson, Michigan State University.. Critical Words that Save Lives: Crisis Communication and Effective Triage.. Author: E.. Phillips Polack, West Virginia University School of Medicine; Dr.. Theodore Avtgis, Ashland University.. Doctor's Orders: Use of "it is important to/that” in Pediatrician-patient Interactions.. Authors: Ashley Hesson, Michigan State University; Karthik Kovuru, Michigan State University; Robert Lannon,  ...   Authors: Julie Volkman, Center for Health Quality Outcomes and Economic Research; Thomas K.. Houston, Center for Health Quality, Outcomes and Economic Research, Department of Veterans Affairs/UMass Medical School;.. Gemmae M.. Fix, Center for Health Quality, Outcomes and Economic Research, Department of Veterans Affairs/ Department of Health Policy and Management/ Boston University School of Public Health; Anna M.. Barker, Center for Health Quality, Outcomes and Economic Research, Department of Veterans Affairs; Natasha Cook, Center for Health Quality, Outcomes and Economic Research, Department of Veterans Affairs; Barbara G.. Bokhour, Center for Health Quality, Outcomes and Economic Research, Department of Veterans Affairs/Department of Health Policy and Management/Boston University School of Public Health.. Physician Behaviours during Decision Making: Medical Interaction Coding System (MIDM).. Authors: Cleveland Shields, Purdue University; Lindsay Newman, Purdue University; Jennifer Griggs, University of Michigan; Kevin Fiscella, University of Rochester; Ronald Epstein, University of Rochester;.. Linda Pappola, Rhode Island Hospital.. Invitational Rhetoric as a Tool for Improving Communication Between Anesthesiologists and Surgeons.. Author: Sally Fortner, University of New Mexico.. Bridging Chasms of Communication in Healthcare Teams Through Narrative.. Author: Shelley Bobb, Marquette University.. Relationship Between Quality-of-Life and Doctor Patient Relationship in Adults with ADHD.. Author: Pamela O’Callaghan, University of Texas Medical Branch.. Longitudinal Tracking of Medical Student Communication Skills.. Author: Carol Pfeifer, PhD, University of Connecticut School of Medicine..

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  • Title: 2012 Forum FAQs - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: 2012 Forum FAQs.. Research Teaching Forum.. October 12-.. 14.. , 2012.. Providence, Rhode Island, USA.. FAQ's.. Registration.. Q) What are registration fees for the Forum?.. AACH Member MD $799.. AACH Member Other $749.. Non-member MD $899.. Non-member Other $749.. Student $400.. Q) Is there a one-day registration fee if I do not plan on attending the entire conference?.. There are no smaller registration fees if you cannot stay for the entire conference.. The full registration fee applies regardless of the duration of your stay.. Q) How can I register?.. Online registration will be available until October 5, 2012.. Your registration must be received by Friday, September 15, 2012 in order to get a pre-printed name badge.. On-site registration will also be available Friday, October 12th from Noon-6pm and Saturday, October 13th from 7am-4pm in the foyer of the Smith Buonanno building at 95 Cushing Street Providence, RI 02912.. Q) What is the cancellation policy?.. There is a $75 fee for cancellations made before September 15.. No refunds after September 15.. Conference fee refunds will be issued after the conference.. Abstracts and Presenters.. Q) Can I update my abstract?.. Yes, please e-mail all updates to.. by August 10, 2012.. Q) Can I add another author(s) to my submission?.. Yes, but please also be sure to include the author's contact information (email address), as well as location/organization/school/health system, etc.. Please e-mail to.. by August 01, 2012.. Q) I am presenting more than once; can I be guaranteed that my sessions will not overlap?.. AACH will take multiple presenters into consideration when coordinating the conference schedule.. The schedule of sessions will be sent to you as well as available on the AACH website in early August.. E-mail.. with any queries.. Q) I am presenting in multiple formats (poster, oral, and workshop); where can I find all of the information I will need for each presentation?.. Click HERE.. to find a listing of presentation information for each type of presentation format.. Q) How should I bring/save my presentation?.. With the exception of posters, all PowerPoint presentations should be on a USB Flash Drive.. We strongly recommend working on a PC instead of a Mac.. If you are  ...   has a VGA video port.. Here are some PC/MAC tips for MAC users:.. http://www.. pptfaq.. com/FAQ00281.. htm.. Q) What are the required poster dimensions?.. A) Poster display boards are 6'x8' (see diagram below), so.. posters may be any size up to 6'x8'.. Q) Can I ship my poster to the conference site?.. Yes, posters can be shipped to or dropped off at the course site.. If you are bringing your poster to the conference you must drop it off at the registration table in the Smtih Buonanno foyer on Friday, October 12th.. no later than 1pm.. General.. Q) Will I receive Continuing Education credits for attending the Forum?.. The UAMS College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.. 75.. AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.. Q) How should I dress at the Forum?.. The dress at the Forum is business casual.. Suits and ties are not required.. Q) Is there transportation to and from the airport?.. Yes, the Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel offers the following options:.. T F Green Airport (PVD):.. Airport shuttle service, fee: 11 USD (one way, cash only).. Alternate transportation: T.. F.. Green Airport Limousine Service; fee: 11 USD (one way) ;on request.. Bus service, fee: 2 USD (one way).. Subway service, fee: 2 USD (one way).. Estimated taxi fare: 30 USD (one way).. Boston Logan International Airport - BOS:.. There is no shuttle service offered to and from this airport.. Alternate transportation: All Occasion Transportation;reservation required.. Subway service, fee: 10 USD (one way).. Estimated taxi fare: 150 USD (one way).. Q) Where can I park if I am not staying at the hotel?.. On/Near Campus Parking: Local people can either park on the streets (there is 1-3 hour parking as well as all day parking depending on where you go) or there is a visitors lot which is located at the corner of Waterman and Brook streets.. It is first come first serve (there are about 50 spots) and it is $15 a day (payable at a pay station at the parking lot).. If you have additional questions, please contact..

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  • Title: DocCom Table of Contents - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: DocCom Table of Contents.. DocCom is a curriculum resource designed and maintained jointly by AACH and the Drexel University College of Medicine.. DocCom Modules.. Download the Table of Contents.. Core Concepts.. 1.. Overview.. -.. Geoff Gordon, MD, Oregon Health Science University, Portland.. 2.. Integrating Self-reflection and Self-awareness - Ron Epstein, MD, University of Rochester.. 3.. Therapeutic Aspects of Medical Encounters -.. David Brody, MD, University of Colorado; Dennis Novack, MD, Drexel University.. 4.. Balance, Self Care -.. John Christensen, Legacy Health System, Portland,Oregon.. Essential Elements.. 5.. Structure and Content of the Interview - Auguste H.. Fortin VI, MD, MPH, Yale University; Francesca Dwamena, MD, Robert C.. Smith, ScM, Michigan State University.. 6.. Build the Relationship.. – Julian Bird, MD, Kings College, London; Steven Cole, MD, SUNY at Stony Brook.. 7.. Open the Discussion – Beth Lown, MD, Harvard University; Ron Saizow, MD, University of Oklahoma.. 8.. Gather Information – Beth Lown, MD, Harvard University.. 9.. Understand the Patient’s Perspective – Beth Lown, MD, Harvard University.. 10.. Share Information – Beth Lown, MD, Harvard University.. 11.. Reach Agreement – Beth Lown, MD, Harvard University.. 12.. Provide Closure – Beth Lown, MD, Harvard University.. Advanced Elements.. 13.. Responding to Strong Emotions – Barry Egener, MD, Legacy Health System, Portland, Oregon.. It Goes Without Saying: Nonverbal Communication in Clinician-Patient Relationships – Cecile A.. Carson, MD; Jeannette M.. Shorey II, MD, University of Arkansas.. 15.. Communication Across Cultures – Calvin Chou, MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco; Ellen Pearlman, MD, New York University; Cathy Risdon, MD, McMaster University.. 16.. Promoting Adherence and Health Behavior Change - Michael Goldstein, MD, Brown University; F.. Dan Duffy, MD, University of Oklahoma, Tulsa; Rob Schochet, MD, Johns Hopkins University.. 17.. Informed Decision-making – Clarence Braddock, MD, Stanford University..  ...   – Steven Locke, MD, Harvard University.. 27.. Communicating with Depressed Patients* – Steven Cole, MD, SUNY at Stony Brook.. 28.. Domestic Violence – Nielufar Varjavand, MD, Drexel University; Dennis Novack, MD, Drexel University.. 29.. Alcohol: Interviewing and Advising* – William Clark, MD, Harvard Medical School; Sharon Parish, MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.. 30.. The Clinical Assessment of Substance Use Disorders*.. – Barbara A.. Schindler, MD, Drexel University College of Medicine; Ted Parran, MD, Case Western Reserve.. 31.. Medically Unexplained Symptoms and Somatization – Francesca Dwamena, MD, Michigan State University; Felice Milan, MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Auguste H.. Fortin VI, MD, MPH, Yale University; Robert C.. Smith, MD, ScM, Michigan State University.. 32.. Advance Directives – Robert Arnold, MD, University of Pittsburgh; Krista Hirschmann, PhD, Lehigh Valley Hospital Network.. 33.. Giving Bad News – Timothy Quill, MD, Anthony Caprio, MD, Catherine Gracey, MD, Margaret Seaver, MD, Rochester University.. 34.. Communication near the End of Life – Muriel Gillick, MD, Harvard University.. 35.. Discussing Medical Error – Peter Barnett, MD, University of New Mexico.. 36.. Terminating the Doctor/Patient Relationship – Peter Lichstein, MD, Wake Forest University.. Communicating with Colleagues.. 37.. The Oral Presentation – Alicia Monroe, MD, University of South Florida, et.. al.. 38.. Communication within Health Care Teams – Cathy Risdon, MD, McMaster University; Marla Rowe, MD, Wayne State University; Zeey Neuwirth, MD, PhD, Harvard University; Anthony Suchman, MD, Rochester University.. 39.. Talking with Impaired Colleagues – Peter Barnett, MD, University of New Mexico.. 40.. Giving Effective Feedback– Burt Landau, PhD, Drexel University College of Medicine.. 41.. Professionalism: Boundary Issues – Elizabeth Gaufberg, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School.. 42.. Effective Clinical Teaching – Dennis Novack, MD, Allison Ferris, MD, Burton Landau, PhD, Drexel University; Ronald Saizow, MD, University of Oklahoma..

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  • Title: Demo Modules and Free Trial - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: Demo Modules and Free Trial.. Demo Modules.. You may access the four completely free demonstration modules by clicking.. HERE.. Free Trial.. You may request a free 1-month trial to the complete set of modules by completing a request form..

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  • Title: Individual Subscriptions - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: Individual Subscriptions.. Order New Subscription.. Renew subscription.. *Please note: Processing of your order may take up to 24 hours.. Subscriptions will be activated M-F 8am-5pm (EST)..

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  • Title: Group Subscriptions - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: Group Subscriptions.. *A minimum of 10 users are required.. 10-99 Users.. Order New DocCom subscription.. Renew DocCom subscription.. 100+ Users.. Please call Jessica Whitehead, Records Coordinator, at 859.. 9190 to place your order.. Pricing is calculated as follows:.. 100-199 users: $4,000 + $40 for each additional subscription beyond 100 and  ...   additional subscription beyond 200 and up to 300.. 300-399 users: $9,000 + $30 for each additional subscription beyond 300 and up to 400.. 400-499 users: $11,000 + $27.. 50 for each additional subscription beyond 400 and up to 499.. 500+ users: $25 per user.. Subscriptions will be activated M-F 8am-5pm Eastern..

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  • Title: Library Subscriptions - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: Library Subscriptions.. Order New DocCom subscriptions.. Order New DocCom subscriptions (600 users +).. Renew DocCom subscriptions.. Renew DocCom subscriptions (600 users +).. $25 per medical student enrolled in the school, up to maximum of $15,000..

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  • Title: 2013 Winter Course Registration - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: 2013 Winter Course Registration.. Personal Awareness Groups.. Continuing Ed.. Units.. Workshops.. Accommodations.. February 10-15, 2013 at the Guest House in Chester, Connecticut.. The Winter Course is a course for current faculty and Facilitators-in-Training (FIT) to sharpen their skills and increase their knowledge of relationship-centered care.. CLICK.. TO REGISTER!.. If you have an AACH website account, be sure  ...   will pre-fill the fields of your registration form.. If you encounter problems when registering, please contact Jessica Whitehead, Records Coordinator, at 859.. 9190 or.. jwhitehead@amrms.. Course Directors:.. Matt Russell Jim Bell.. Relationship Manager:.. Dave Gullen.. Planning Committee:.. Peter Barnett, Renee Bergstrom, Lindsay Bettermann, Calvin Chou, Julie Crosson, Auguste Fortin, Mary Ann Gilligan, Kit Gracey, Marla Rowe Gorosh..

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  • Title: 2013 Winter Course Personal Awareness Groups - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: 2013 Winter Course Personal Awareness Groups.. Personal Awareness Group Offerings.. Matrix.. Amina Knowlan.. The Matrix Leadership approach focuses on forming groups as interconnected living systems.. Leadership occurs through the relationships and attention to the developing Whole.. This style fosters communication between each pair of people "in the eyes and ears of the group” as a foundation that is highly inclusive.. The remaining Matrix Essential practices include cultivating a ground of health, appreciative and differentiating feedback, differentiating from habitual roles, distributing emotional fields and group territories, engaging with differences, and redefining conflict as differentiation that leads to true collaboration and emergence.. Heightening awareness of the impact of systems of privilege and oppression and developing mindfulness and connection with Source (or Wholeness) are also centrally important.. Amina Knowlan, MS.. Amina co-founded Matrix Leadership in 1990 and is currently the Co-Director and a Lead Trainer and Consultant.. She has been facilitating groups and trainings in cities throughout the U.. S.. and Europe for 30 years.. Her formal background includes training from the National Training Laboratories for the Behavioral Sciences, as well as an M.. in counseling and teaching psychology at the University of Missouri.. For four years she was the director of the Groups and Outreach Programs in Interpersonal and Group Communication at the University of Missouri Counseling Center.. She was a trainer for the Hakomi Institute for Body-Centered Psychotherapy for 12 years.. She was also a co-owner and practitioner at Wellspring, Partners in Health (a holistic community medical clinic) for 15 years.. She currently works as a consultant, trainer coach for corporate executive teams, businesses, health care organizations, schools, communities, city and state governments, and non-profits.. She incorporates system’s approaches; somatic, energetic and intuitive awareness; multi-cultural and diversity training as well as dance, movement, voice, art and practices of mindfulness into her work.. She also leads retreats for women entitled Fully Embodied Woman: Remembering the Sacred Feminine.. She considers herself a social artist and currently works internationally in St.. Petersburg, Russia.. She is currently in the final stage of editing a book on Matrix Leadership, with expected publication in 2013.. Amina has two adult children and lives in the beautiful mountain foothills of Boulder, Colorado.. She currently enjoys practicing yoga, salsa dancing, swimming, singing and hiking with her dog, Kuma.. Rogerian.. Charles O'Leary.. The Rogerian Approach also known as the Person Centered Approach and as Client Centered Therapy is derived from the research and formulations of Carl Rogers and the continued work of a worldwide network of theorists, researchers and practitioners.. (There were 777 publications about the Person-Centered Approach, including 141 books in the seventeen years following Carl Rogers’ death in 1985 (Cain, 2010) This style of group leadership is client or participant or learner centered rather than facilitator centered.. The facilitator does not have an agenda for the group, abstains from interpretation, does not direct the group to act in one way or another but rather, through empathic listening and non judgmental receptivity assists group members in clarifying their own goals, needs, feelings and thoughts.. Rogers and many of his followers behave in a non-directive manner, trusting that the facilitators’ congruent attentiveness will make space for the group members to direct themselves.. The Rogerian facilitator sees this space as a positive contribution rather than as the absence of techniques found in other approaches.. This author, however, strongly believes that the facilitator should be active, though non-directive, especially early in the group, in active listening, open-ended questions, descriptions of the process without evaluation and in answering questions about his/her expectations and experience.. He recently  ...   specializing in diversity and conflict resolution, and personal and social transformation.. Gerald is currently a student of Clinical Hypnotherapy and is preparing for board certification as a Licensed Professional Counselor.. Circle of Trust.. Penny Williamson.. The Circle of Trust Approach (CoT) to personal and professional development is rooted in the belief that effective leadership flows from the identity and integrity of the individual.. Within the container of a trustworthy community, created with carefully developed guidelines, participants reflect on how their selfhood affects the way they relate to colleagues, their leadership tasks, their organization, and the world.. In large group, small group, and solitary settings, leadership and life questions are explored, using personal stories, reflections on various work experiences, and poetry and stories from diverse wisdom traditions.. The role of the facilitator is to create the container for the community, to offer questions as well as poetry (or "third things") as stimuli for reflection and exploration, and to be a full participant as well as holder of the space.. CoT (based on the work of Parker Palmer), involves the creation of an intellectual, emotional, and spiritual space in which participants can listen and respond to each other with encouragement and compassion; with invitation, never demand.. Open, honest questions help each person to discern their own inner wisdom rather than being "fixed" by others.. The work is framed by questions such as: "How can I engage in leadership roles and be true to myself?" "In what ways are my inner life and outer work connected?" "How can I find joy and fulfillment in my leadership roles and activities?" and "How can I bring my optimal gifts and skills to bear in my work?" Circles of Trust create quiet, focused, and disciplined space in which the noise within and around us can subside and the voice of the inner teacher can be heard.. This voice is central to reclaiming one’s vocational calling and to bringing "soul to the role".. Penny Williamson, ScD.. Penny is an internationally recognized facilitator, educator and coach.. For over 30 years, she has worked with leaders in health care and other serving professions in the United States, Kenya, Brazil, Israel, Austria, and the UK.. She has helped individuals to deepen self-awareness, discern gifts and limitations, and lead with integrity, courage and heart.. She has facilitated groups to build and sustain trustworthy relationships where the tensions of pain and possibility can be held and explored.. She has worked with leadership teams and those they serve to create and maintain relationship-centered organizational cultures.. Penny brings to her work belief in and attention to the inner life as the ground for authentic, courageous and affirmative leadership; and a focus on building trustworthy relationships as core to creating and sustaining robust cultures.. Her work with individuals and groups is further informed by an ecological worldview, expertise in the disciplines of Appreciative Inquiry and Skilled Dialogue, and incorporation of powerful creative modalities including poetry, embodied presence, movement, music and art.. Above all, Penny brings a belief in the capacity of individuals, groups and organizations to contribute to creating a better world.. Penny is a founding facilitator and mentor for the National Center for Courage and Renewal and Associate Professor, Part Time, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.. Since 1998 she has led Courage to Lead, an 18-month leadership development and personal renewal program.. Past roles include founding Executive Vice President, American Academy on Communication and Healthcare, and founding faculty, Longitudinal Faculty Development Program on Teaching Skills for Physicians, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.. Relationship Manager.. :..

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  • Title: 2013 Winter Course Continuing Education Units - American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
    Descriptive info: 2013 Winter Course Continuing Education Units.. Continuing Medical Education.. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) College of Medicine and the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare.. The UAMS College of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.. The UAMS College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 37.. AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.. UAMS Disclosure Policy.. It is the policy of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences  ...   directors, planning committee members, staff, teachers, or authors of CME) must disclose all relevant financial relationships they have with any commercial interest(s) as well as the nature of the relationship.. Financial relationships of the individual's spouse or partner must also be disclosed, if the nature of the relationship could influence the objectivity of the individual in a position to control the content of the CME.. The ACCME describes relevant financial relationships as those in any amount occurring within the past 12 months that create a conflict of interest.. Individuals who refuse to disclose will be disqualified from participation in the development, management, presentation, or evaluation of the CME activity..

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