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All health care professionals make judgements which can be harmful and negatively affect the establishment of therapeutic relationships. Fortunately health care providers can learn to mitigate judgments and effectively convey empathy to clients and patients. The Empathy Effect: Countering Bias to Improve Health Outcomes is a fast-paced and highly interactive workshop that introduces six essential techniques to express empathy and enhance communication. Participants are provided with an opportunity to practice these skills and techniques in a safe and structured environment through small group exercises, video enactments and role play.

Date(s)

Wednesday, 9:30AM to 3:30PM

Location

Central East Local Health Integration Network - Scarborough Branch
100 Consilium Place, Suite 801,
Scarborough, M1H 3E3

Venue Room

Markham/McCowan Room

Registration Contact

Lisa Fekos

Central East LHIN Self-Management Program

1 866 971 5545

Registration Fee

Free

Parking

Cost $10.00

Available Spots

7

March

27

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Special Instructions

Visitor parking is available underground. Please arrive a few minutes early to ensure that you can find parking and arrive at the workshop room on time.

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Get In Touch

1 (866) 971-5545
CE.Self-Management@lhins.on.ca