LK 130The language of disease and its effects on relationships
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.
Born 1949 Eugene OR and raised Ventura CA
Atteneded University of California at Santa Barbara degree in Cellular and Organismal Biology
MD from University of Southern California
Developed the Discipline of Structural Ecology and General Theory of Metabolism