Listening in Healthcare Settings: New Perspectives on Challenges and Opportunities; Professional Development Day, June 20
Listening in Healthcare Settings: New Perspectives on Challenges and Opportunities
A one-day Listening program for healthcare professionals, their patients and caregivers.
The humanity of Listening helps us connect. The utility of Listening helps us perform. As consultation time shrinks, biomedical knowledge expands, and technology continually changes, do you have the listening skills to make your limited time count?
Outstanding healthcare professionals and administrators not only listen, they facilitate Listening environments for others. They use Listening as an essential component of accurate diagnosis, matching treatment with patient, as well as fostering feelings of respect, value, and understanding not only in the exam room but hospital-wide. Few teach these skills and everyone needs them.
Learn how listening helps us give and receive better information, build stronger relationships, while caring for ourselves and our colleagues. This blend of presentations, experiential learning, and discussion from various viewpoints will enrich your understanding and practice of Listening in healthcare settings. Refine your skills. Develop new perspectives on challenges and opportunities in health and healing interactions. Register now for this one-day workshop June 20, 2018, and/or add this professional and personal development experience to your Listening Beyond Boundaries ILA convention. Your registration for this one-day event includes refreshment breaks and a buffet lunch. Register as a member or as a non-member. Limited to 50 participants.
If you register after June 6, you may not be able to join us for the lunch. We must submit our dining reservations on that date.
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