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11:40 am - 12:25 pmSunday, September 18
Plenary Hall
Where are the nurses?
Plenary Hall
Where are the nurses?
Faculty, Tufts University School of Medicine
RWJ Foundation
Dignity Health
The John A. Hartford Foundation
In the United States there are currently 3.2 million nurses, yet where are the nurses in the Medicine X community? Nurses have been visibly absent at Medicine X… could they be a missing link in the Medicine... Read more

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In the United States there are currently 3.2 million nurses, yet where are the nurses in the Medicine X community? Nurses have been visibly absent at Medicine X… could they be a missing link in the Medicine X community? Nurses are trained in a philosophy of care that focuses on restoration of function, health and wellness within the context of illness. Physician training, on the other hand, emphasizes diagnosis and treatment of injury and disease. Understanding these philosophical differences, how might nurses help to bridge the gap in full collaboration between patients, practitioners and society? How might we work together to create a model of healthcare that focuses on Everyone Included™? Our panel of dynamic nurse leaders will unpack these questions from multiple perspectives and engage the audience in considering new ways of thinking about the role nurses can play in Everyone Included™ and the Medicine X Community.

Pamela Katz Ressler, RN, MS, HN-BC is the founder of Stress Resources in Concord, MA, a firm specializing in strategies of resilience for individuals and organizations. Additionally, she is a faculty member in the Pain Research, Education, and Policy Program at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston MA, a graduate program examining and studying the burden of pain in an integrative, multidisciplinary model. Pam's passions and academic research intersect in the area of using digital tools to build resilience through understanding the narrative of a patient's experience with chronic illness and pain. You can follow Pam on Twitter at @pamressler.

Perry Gee has been a registered nurse for 30
years and has PhD in Nursing Science and Health-care Leadership with an
emphasis in consumer health informatics from the University of California,
Davis. Perry has a medical surgical, critical care, flight and home care
nursing clinical background as well as over 15 years’ experience as a Clinical
Informatics Specialist and educator. His health informatics experience includes
work in both acute care and ambulatory care environments. Perry is currently a
Nurse Scientist for Dignity Health with a focus on research involving patient
engagement. His current research interests are in the area of diabetes
self-management support, consumer health informatics, e-patients, eHealth,
on-line health communities, personal health records, and the use of health
technologies for chronic illness self-management support. Perry is also adjunct
faculty at the University of California, Davis and the University of Kansas.

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