May 08, 2019

In health care, as in all human interactions, people hold ideas and feelings about others that may involve judgement, demonstrate stigmas and reflect bias, which is harmful for all people. And more so for those who are most vulnerable in our society.

If you’re interested in countering bias to improve health care outcomes, then consider taking the Empathy Effect workshop. This workshop is appropriate for a wide variety of health care audiences, including medical, dental, mental health and government agencies.

It’s a 4.5 FREE training, in a fast paced, highly interactive workshop that combines opportunities for self-reflection and practical skill building, in a small group setting.

It includes refreshments, a text book, and an accreditation certificate.

It will be help at the Pine Meadow Nursing Home, 124 Lloyd Street, Northbrook, Ont.  This workshop is being provided in partnership with the Alzheimers Society, the Kingston Community Health Centre and Pine Meadow Nursing home.

May 28, 2019 starting at 11:30-4:00

For more information about this workshop, please call Pam Lemke 1-800-266-7516 ext 701.

Space is limited, so register early with Melissa 613-336-9120 ext 239.

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