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GOLD Neonatal 2018 Opening Keynote: Creating change through storytelling

We can’t wait to share our second annual GOLD Neonatal conference! For the past 12 years, GOLD Learning has connected healthcare professionals from the maternal-child field with leading speakers and the latest information. Our expansion into the neonatal area offers those working with some of our most fragile patients an unparalleled opportunity to access the latest information and most current clinical skills with only a few clicks.

To kick off our 2018 Neonatal conference, we’ll be joined by Jodi Dolezel, BSN, RNC-NICU with her Opening Keynote Presentation “The Power of Storytelling - The Human Experience in the Neonatal Intensive Care”. This presentation will be shared live twice on June 4 and will be available as a recording until June 30.

Reserve your free seat today and join us for this exciting event! Don’t forget to invite friends and colleagues to join in the learning:

Jodi is a registered nurse with a keen interest in caring for preterm infants and teaching parents. Jodi’s work encompasses both in-person and virtual support from her role the NICU and through her organization Peekaboo ICU. Jodi is also currently working towards her Masters of Science in Nursing-Care Coordination degree.

With the fast pace and high stress level of the NICU, it’s all too easy to lose sight of the stories of the individual families whose lives are forever impacted by this crucial period. In this presentation, Jodi will speak on the powerful tool that storytelling can be. From connecting families and healthcare workers to creating an environment of compassion, storytelling can be used to change the NICU experience. This presentation will help you develop more empathetic relationships with families and give you strategies to recreate a positive and profound NICU experience.

This Opening Keynote will be of value to all those whose work brings them into the lives of NICU families. We invite you to share this presentation with your friends and colleagues so we can all work towards improving the lives of NICU families!