Close encounters of the clinical kind: Connecting with healthcare providers working with under-resourced patients

July 30, 2018 Published by

Addressing the Challenges of Poverty national conference presentation spotlight

Nurse practitioner Barbara Wise has used Bridges in her practice with under-resourced patients for 20 years. Barbara and Terie Dreussi-Smith recently published a scholarly paper linking Bridges, population health, and health practice. Here is a close-up view of Bridges skill sets at the most professionally intimate level—the typical office visit. Participants will also codesign impact step sheets for providers and patients.

Learning objectives include:

  • Review the targeted Bridges to Health and Healthcare insights and strategies Wise developed from the individual lens of a healthcare practitioner.
  • Engage in a small-group exercise to co-design and build Impact steps sheets for healthcare providers and patients.
  • Analyze and discuss the efficacy of using the Bridges to Health and Healthcare lens and skill sets as a practitioner or Bridges health advocate.

Target audience: Advanced aha! Process users, Healthcare, Bridges Out of Poverty, Business

Presenter: Terie Dreussi-Smith, author, consultant, @DreussiSmith_T, aha! Process, Seneca, South Carolina

Time/Location: Monday, September 24, Addressing the Challenges of Poverty national conference, Atlanta, Georgia

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