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Delivering Better Patient Care with Virtual Reality: February 22 at noon PT. At San Mateo Medical Center, virtual reality is being tested in its pain management clinic, emergency department, and integrated behavioral health clinic. Doctors can now order VR goggles as easily as they can order medication. Read our case study and come with questions!
Leading Profound Change: Empathy and Journey Maps: March 12 at noon PT. Learn some concrete ways to help build it for our patients and our own staff through the use of two tools you can use immediately in your work life… or your personal life! This is the second in a six-webinar series, following up on our workshops on leading change in ways that are impactful and more joyful.
The Many Ways Community Health Centers Finance Social Care Programs: March 22 at 1pm PT. The Social Interventions Research & Evaluation Network (SIREN) at UCSF will discuss strategies community health centers use to finance social needs initiatives. Speakers include Dr. Michael Tang, clinical director of behavioral health integration at The Dimock Center and Dr. Noha Aboelata, CEO of Roots Community Health Center.