Join a live virtual Healing Story Session on June 22!
— Annie Brewster, MD, Health Story Collaborative
We are honored to invite you to What Patients Can Teach Us About Living with Uncertainty: A Healing Story Session, a free online educational event co-hosted by Health Story Collaborative, Inspire, and the Society for Participatory Medicine.
The Healing Story Session will feature Elizabeth Jameson, an artist, writer and patient activist, and Keisha Greaves, a fashion designer, blogger, keynote speaker and patient activist. These two nationally known women, who live with chronic disease, have a lot to teach us about living with the unknown, something we can ALL benefit from now in these times.
As Dr. Brewster, herself a multiple sclerosis patient, noted, “Healing narratives are relevant to all of us. These stories transcend illness as a celebration of hope, human resiliency and dignity.”
Please register today, as space is limited–it takes just a minute.
All the Best and Stay Safe,
You Friends at the Society for Participatory Medicine
Oh, you know, the stories in life from experienced people often heal and give confidence in life. In fact, in all situations it is important to communicate, in any case, it is important without communication a person feels worse and worse. Therefore, always communicate and be sociable with everyone around you. This is especially good with people with common interests.