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Telepractice: challenges and strategies for compassionate caregiving through the screen - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 2/2
Jennifer Rodriguez
46:04
Here is the link for the survey. We appreciate your feedback!
Jennifer Rodriguez
46:05
https://mghihp.formstack.com/forms/schwartz_round_evaluation
Jennifer Rodriguez
46:23
we will share this link again at the end of the session
suellenbreakey
01:07:06
Great point about body language, Sheila. This is the same pivoting to online learning with students. It’s a challenge. Also access to broadband internet access has been identified as some public health experts as another social determinant of health since it can limit educational access and health access and I’m sure much more.
Emily Zeman Eddy (she/her/hers)
01:13:04
Please think of your questions and feel free to add them to the chat when Devanshi is finished.
Peter Cahn (he/him/his)
01:19:57
What a great complement of perspectives from our speakers!
Emily Zeman Eddy (she/her/hers)
01:21:10
We will post the resource sheet in a link:
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:21:16
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2520tuvnmdexdfc/Nov%202020%20Telehealth%20Resource%20List.pdf?dl=0
Emily Zeman Eddy (she/her/hers)
01:21:22
And the survey:
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:21:49
resource list
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:21:50
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2520tuvnmdexdfc/Nov%202020%20Telehealth%20Resource%20List.pdf?dl=0
Marjorie Nicholas
01:21:55
In the aphasia center this year, we also found even better attendance via telepractice than in person- especiallu for stroke patients, having acces to TP made their lives easier not having to find transporttion, etc.
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:22:24
Evaluation form
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:22:25
https://mghihp.formstack.com/forms/schwartz_round_evaluation
Emily Zeman Eddy (she/her/hers)
01:22:25
Yes, thank you Marjorie
Emily Zeman Eddy (she/her/hers)
01:22:39
we heard that attendance and catchment has been up in many practices
Anna Cottrell
01:23:34
Many of you touched on this idea of meeting patients where they are, both physically in their space but also in terms of adjusting your care plan. Is this something that you as clinicians may focus on more or differently as you move back to face to face environments?
Amanda Worek (she, her, hers)
01:24:57
Yes, Emily - I've talked about mandated reporting a lot recently and how difficult those decisions can be when invited into homes and having to remove our own biases and consider other peoples environments, family dynamics, etc. It is a challenge!
Emily Zeman Eddy (she/her/hers)
01:25:43
It seems like an ethical conflict or more guidelines are needed.
Anna Cottrell
01:26:17
Thank you!
Emma Snyder
01:34:21
Just want to thank all of you for calling attention to the benefits of tele practice, especially in these challenging times
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:34:26
resource listhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/2520tuvnmdexdfc/Nov%202020%20Telehealth%20Resource%20List.pdf?dl=0
Bonnie Halvorson (she, her)
01:34:30
Thank you to planners and panalists- great discussion
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:34:42
Evaluation formhttps://mghihp.formstack.com/forms/schwartz_round_evaluation
Jack Gormley - he, him, his
01:34:55
Very interesting — thank you all!
suellenbreakey
01:34:59
Yes! All presenters were great!
Ronan Campbell
01:35:05
Thank you!
Anna Cottrell
01:35:08
Thank you everyone!!
Amanda Worek (she, her, hers)
01:35:12
This was a great conversation. Thank you!
Jorge Sanchez de Lozada
01:35:14
Thank you everyone