Well, personally, I love PPMTV! They are helping me with filming project designed to make healthcare safer and more compassionate for patients, residents, and families and healthier to work in for nurses, doctors, etc
Last week, I was in San Francisco teaching Medical Improv to about 60 health risk managers.
Here I am with the group watching a video with seacoast PILL peeps Jody Fuller and Glenna Kimball doing an improv activity called Same Time Story. It is a fun and effective way to teach empathic listening skills! We need THAT in healthcare, don’t you think? Look closely and see how engaged the participants are!
Now PPMTV needs $$ for new programming stuff. I threw in a few bucks and maybe you will too. If you can. And if not, please share this post and check out their fun video, “It’s Always Something!” What a crew!
Kickstarter Project to Help Keep PPMTV on the Air. Please consider a donation to help replace their computer program and get some new software that makes all the programming possible.
Oh and next PILL classes start 4/28!