Chatham University

UPDATE: Please see below for the rescheduling date/time for the January 31st event.


"Walk Humbly" A Lecture with PA Program Medical Director and Author Dr. Jonathan Weinkle

Date: Thursday, February 21, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Campbell Memorial Chapel and Welker Room, James Laughlin Music Hall

Chatham's School of Health Sciences and the Office of Alumni Relations invite you to a lecture on Dr. Jonathan Weinkle's newly published work, "Healing People, Not Patients; Creating Authentic Relationships in Modern Healthcare." In addition to instructing for Chatham's Physician Assistant Program, Dr. Weinkle is the PA Program's Medical Director and an Internist and Pediatrician at the Squirrel Hill Health Center.

The lecture will be held in the Campbell Memorial Chapel, followed by a professional networking reception lecture in the James Laughlin Music Hall. Refreshments and appetizers will be served at the reception.

Dr. Jonathan Weinkle's book, "Healing People, Not Patients; Creating Authentic Relationships in Modern Healthcare", will be on sale at the reception.

6:30-7:30 pm - Lecture, Campbell Memorial Chapel

7:30-8:30 pm - Reception, Welker Room

PLEASE NOTE: If you already registered for the cancelled date, you do not need to register again. For all cancellations, email Alumni@Chatham.edu.

One (1.0) continuing education credit will be offered for Psychology (APA) and Physician Assistant (AAPA Category 1 CME credit) professionals attending this presentation.

Learning Objectives:
1. Define “humility” in both general terms and as it may apply to the practice of the healing arts and health sciences
2. Identify specific competencies in healthcare that fit under the umbrella of “humility" (Cultural competency, Interprofessional collaboration, Patient safety)
3. Explain conceptual frameworks designed to encourage greater humility
4. Describe concrete practice techniques that operationalize the attitude of humility in a way that benefits people receiving care
5. Articulate language that can be used in the healing encounter to foster humility and equality among the parties

The Chatham University Psychology Continuing Education Program is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Chatham University Psychology Continuing Education Program maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Please contact Jennifer Morse at jmorse@chatham.edu with questions.

Registration and Directions

Register Online

Fee : FREE (Must Register)
Location : Campbell Memorial Chapel and Welker Room, James Laughlin Music Hall

Event Contact Information

Thea Kalcevic
(412) 365-1258
Alumni@Chatham.edu

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Event Sponsor

The School of Health Sciences & The Office of Alumni Relations