Train4Health aims to improve the competencies of future professionals to support behaviour change in persons self-managing chronic disease. The development of our educational products resorts to recommendations on the preferred language to communicate with these persons.
Join us for a chat with Professor Partha Karr and Jazz Sethi, supporters of the global movement #LanguageMatters Diabetes (www.languagemattersdiabetes.com), which seeks to encourage the use of language that promotes positive interactions with people living with diabetes and subsequently positive outcomes.
Partha Karr is a Consultant Endocrinologist at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust and National Specialty Advisor on Diabetes for NHS England. Partha co-leads the diabetes and endocrinology workstream of the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme, a British NHS Improvement initiative.
Jazz Sethi is the Founder and Director of the Diabesties Foundation (www.d1abesties.com), a not-for-profit Indian organization dedicated to Type 1 Diabetes education, awareness, and advocating for access to affordable healthcare.
This 60-minute webinar you’ll offer you the chance to reflect on the power of words and to get acquainted with resources to make conversations in diabetes care more person-centred, empathetic and non-judgemental.
Book your place in this interactive debate at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvcuCsrjguHdLJ2Qenp-oV-ALaHwMlP7wp
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