Creating Promising Futures Through Social Construction
The origin of the best in healthcare lies in positive human relationships. Whether it’s between doctors and patients, nurses and doctors, patients and family, medical faculty and student, or physicians and administrators, these relationships significantly impact the quality of healthcare.
– Kenneth J. Gergen, Senior Research Professor, Swarthmore College
This important conference will explore new and exciting practices in healthcare that focus on the critical need for relational, collaborative and appreciative ways of working with, being with, and engaging in heath and healthcare environments. Join with other innovative leaders and practitioners from universities, healthcare organizations, and community groups as we share, explore and discuss what works in bringing about synchrony, understanding, cross fertilization, and continuous learning within the healthcare systems and the relationships that make healing possible. Come meet and engage with key thinkers as well as the everyday practitioner who is doing amazing work in healthcare through lectures, workshops, dialogues, posters, and panels. This is a must-attend conference for those on the cutting edge and those who want to learn more about collaborative, appreciative and inter-professional health practices.
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