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Valerie has some helpful ideas for managing life during the #coronavirus pandemic.#tpfalumni, #Chi, #qi, #acupuncture, #ChineseMedicine, #Covid19, #PTSD, #MultipleSclerosis,

@thefibromama @spielmanjane @kmpuridc

GenC Emergencies: overrated as response mechanism, rather prepare & prevent. My gen: dominant voice for 60 years. A voice that worried about next 24 hours, not next 24 years. Changing regardless of year you were born. What can we do that matters instead?

Check out my latest article: The Ch’i of Covid19. Invincible. via @LinkedIn

I've had some poor sleep lately, thanks to #coronavirus apocalyptic thinking. Luckily, my pathological optimism is still here. Thinking about the role we can play in tracking & tracing helps.
#disasterplanning #covid19 #publichealth @tomaspueyo @aaronecarroll @alexisandrea256

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The Ch’i of Covid19. Invincible.

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Kind Re-Equilibration in the Age of Coronavirus

Night terrors - apocalyptic meets pathologically optimistic. Testing and tracing. Re-equilibration. Self-care. (more…)
March 15, 2020

The Zen of Relationship-Centered Measurement and Engagement

A conversation with Ellen Schultz. How can we best commit to improving what’s vital in our local health care system? Commitment is will, resources, and time. Measuring can’t take more…

As an action catalyst, I learn with people on the journey toward best health (people as patients, caregivers, parents, clinicians, direct care staff, communities, and the people that support them). I wear many hats in healthcare:

  • Patient with Multiple Sclerosis
  • Care partner for several family members’ end-of-life journeys
  • Nurse for 40+ years
  • Informaticist
  • QI leader
  • Husband, Father, Opa, Musician

I specialize in patient/ caregiver/ clinician/ community relationships and the intersection between technology and the health journey.

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