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Reflections on Interpersonal Communication
While I was in the NCCU, I saw many patients who had life altering, or life ending events. Many of these changes were something that impacted how families made decisions about their day to day life, or how the change would impact their loved one. (More)
Learning Through Presentations
CEO 4.6 Effectively prepare and deliver educational materials to individuals and groups One of my greatest areas of growth in medical school has been interpersonal communication. I have always been a timid individual when it comes to public speaki (More)
Advocating for refugee health
Competencies: 4.1 Demonstrate leadership and collaborate effectively with other healthcare team members and professional associates. 4.2 Understand how human diversity may influence or interfere with exchange of information. 4.5 Use informat (More)
Interpersonal Communication
Competency: Effectively prepare and deliver educational materials to individuals and groups Before I stepped into Meiling Hall as a medical student, I had the chance to take a faculty position teaching anatomy at Columbus State Community College d (More)
Presenting At Chest
4.3 Use effective listening, observational, and communication techniques in all professional interactions 4.6 Effectively prepare and deliver educational materials to individuals and groups.   I was leaving my longitudinal preceptorship (More)
Making presentations meaningful
4.6: Effectively prepare and deliver educational materials to individuals and groups. During medical school, I produced several educational materials: case presentations for Longitudinal Group, surveys for community health education, a poster for (More)
4 weeks in Ob-Gyn
Originally published: July 8th, 2019 My time on Labor & Delivery was highlighted by my week of nights. I was placed at St. Ann's, which to me meant that I would be seeing a higher volume, lower-risk patient population. I was excited to perform (More)
A Commitment to Communication
sI knew why Core Educational Objective: Interpersonal Communication Objective: Use effective listening, observational, and communication techniques in all professional interactions. Interpersonal communication is a skill that I refined over (More)
Learning from Each Other
Interpersonal Communication:  4.1: Demonstrate leadership and collaborate effectively with other healthcare team members and professional associates. During my time at Nationwide Children’s Hospital I had the opportunity to work with the card (More)
Sit Back and Listen (Interpersonal communications)
Sit Back and Listen (Interpersonal communications) Competencies: Produce timely documentation and communication that is clear, concise, and organized, in a way that optimizes patient care and minimizes medical errors. Use effective listeni (More)
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