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.
At Medicine X 2015
Saturday, September 26 10:05 am (Plenary Hall)
Privacy: Preventing harm or innovation?
Privacy is an ambiguous, powerful concept that, while meant to protect us, can shut down meaningful conversation and innovation. Discussions of privacy often happen within silos, missing opportunity... Read more
Sunday, September 18 9:15 am (LK 130)
The language of disease and its effects on relationships
Sunday, September 18 11:40 am (Plenary Hall)
Where are the nurses?
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