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Patient Engagement Tip of the Month

Geri Lynn Baumblatt, MAGeri Lynn Baumblatt MA, For the last 20 years, Geri has worked to help people understand health conditions and procedures, orient them to their diagnoses, make more informed decisions about their care, and partner with their care teams.  She oversaw the creation of the Emmi program library, and she regularly speaks and serves on patient engagement, patient experience, health literacy, shared decision making, health design, family caregiving, and heath communication panels for organizations like AHRQ, the Brookings Institute, Stanford Medicine X, and the Center for Plain Language. She serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Patient Experience, is on the board of the Society for Participatory Medicine, and published a chapter in Transformative Healthcare Practice through Patient Engagement (IGI Global). She currently consults on patient engagement, family caregiving, and health communication. Follow her on Twitter @GeriLynn


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Posted: Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Integrating the Whole Person Into Integrative Medicine

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Co-author: Sangeeta Agarawal, MS, RN

Miguel is a 53 year old woman of Mexican descent. She crossed the border 25 years ago and still cherishes her culture and maintains many traditional values and ways of living. A year after being diagnosed with diabetes she arrived at the hospital with hyperglycemia and wounds that aren’t healing. She felt frustrated and helpless.  >>>


Tags: shared decision making, integrative care
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