Yale Cancer Center Schwartz Center Rounds: "Alternatives to War…Finding Hope And Meaning In Cancer Experience"
Schwartz Center Rounds®
Tuesday, June 7 at 12pm
"Alternatives to War…Finding Hope AndMeaning In Cancer Experience"
Moderated by: Anne Chiang, MD, PhD & Dmitry Kozhevnikov, DO
Needs: An interdisciplinary discussion on balancing and reframing a patient's reality.
Objectives: Share with others your impactful quotes, tips and tricks and what resonates with your patients. Discuss different approaches for patients who don’t want to give up the fight. Discover how our different perspectives may build resilience and balance and our own frame of mind.
Schwartz Center Rounds® sessions are open to All Yale/Smilow/YNHH employees, affiliated clinicians, trainees, and other authorized personnel.
Caregivers Discuss the Challenging Emotional and Social Issues that Arise inCaring for Patients and their Families with the Goal of Improving Caregiver-Patient/Family Relationships.
If you are interested in attending, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
*For CME credits, please text your email address to 203-442-9435 to pair with your Yale CME Profile. This is a one-time requirement. You will receive an acknowledgment.
*To record today’s attendance, text Activity Code ID #30721 to 203-442-9435. This can be completed from 15 minutes before and 30 minutes after Schwartz Rounds.