Author: Sujin Park

PERCS Rounds: A Clinical Ethicist’s Reflections from the “One-Room Schoolhouse”

by Kerri Kennedy How does one learn the art of navigating difficult clinical encounters with compassion and skill?  Thankfully, IPEP has developed an innovative approach to teaching this art, sometimes referred to as the “one-room schoolhouse” which creates a space for

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An IPEP Actor’s Experience

By: Jessica Webb Jessica Webb, IPEP actor, was moved to write based on her participation at the South Shore Hospital PERCS launch. I have had the honor of working as an actor with PERCS for 6 years. In that time, I have

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From the Viewpoint of a Research Assistant

By John Scott, IPEP Intern Being at the hospital with a sick child is never a parent’s idea of a good time. Add to that a complete stranger convincing you to take part in a study, and you can imagine

Posted in Aligning Expectations

Elizabeth A. Rider, MSW, MD, Honored by European Society for Person Centered Healthcare

Congratulations to Boston Children’s own Elizabeth Rider, MSW, MD, who was recently awarded the 2016 Platinum Medal for Excellence in Person Centered Healthcare by the European Society for Person Centered Healthcare (ESPCH). Rider was selected from a pool of 397

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World-Wide Response to Online Disclosure & Apology Course

IPEP’s online Disclosure and Apology Course continues to attract new learners, including a growing number of international participants. At our last Moderated Online Workshop, held on September 20th, we were delighted to work with participants from 13 different states across

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Send-Off to Pia Kuhlmann

IPEP staff bid a bittersweet farewell to Pia Kuhlmann, our medical fellow from Germany, who spent 6 months with us supporting the research needs of the Aligning Expectations project. While none of us will be inducted into the hall of

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Aligning Expectations Moving Foward

Things are moving forward at a furious pace in the Aligning Expectations project! Our visiting research fellow Pia Kuhlmann has done an amazing job recording surgical consultations this summer, and we now have over 50 surgical consultations recorded and transcribed,

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