One of the most powerful parts of being involved in the transformation of health care is the wonderful, inspiring people I meet. While dietetics is a profession of evidence-based science in nutrition and health, you have to admit that a significant part of health and wellness comes from shared stories, motivational moments and nudges on how to live a healthy life. Our profession has constant exposure to and interaction with the public, consumer, and patients. Take a few moments and travel down Regina Holliday’s Journey from the lens of a patient. Regina is a
While I missed last night’s Art show, I am ever grateful for the fabulous Photos From Last Night. Regina is a Washington, DC based medical rights advocate and a powerful artist (whom I blogged about previously ) that has made a silver lining in her cloud. Read how she navigated the health system for her dying husband, her thoughts when she painted her first mural—and most of all—embrace empowered patients. I have heard her speak on several occasions— and marvel how she can reduce a full room to silent reality. Instead of writing more, I hope you will take a moment and learn from Regina.