Quality & Patient Safety
In this presentation, speaker Regina Holliday shares her personal experience caring for her husband and addresses ways of improving the quality of healthcare delivery as well as ways to enhance patient safety.
Patient Advocacy Through Art
In this presentation, speaker Regina Holliday shares her experience painting murals and artwork that depict the struggles and problems of current patient healthcare policies. She also discusses her advocacy movement "The Walking Gallery," for which medical providers and advocates wear "patient story" paintings on the backs of business suits.
Enhancing the patient experience can improve health outcomes. In this keynote, speaker Regina Holliday gives perspective on how to increase patient satisfaction.
Use of Social Media in Patient Rights & Health Policy
Ever wondered how social media could affect your mission in medicine and patient-centered care? Artist and activist Regina Holliday will explore the power of social media in delivering a message in healthcare and public policy. Holliday will explain the natural next step of crowd-funding your health mission and will elaborate on art advocacy, art actions, and flash-mobbing to spread awareness.
Care for the Caregiver
After an accidental adverse event, a healthcare organization's first priority is the patient and his or her family. But caregivers involved in these incidents also experience psychological trauma and need the support of their peers. In this presentation, speaker Regina Holliday discusses the delicate issue of caring for caregivers after unintentional errors have harmed patients.