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Creating a Positive Patient-Provider Relationship Webinar

Join us on April 16, 2015 @ 7:00PM (EST) for Creating a Positive Patient-Provider Relationship, led by ICA Board member, Joy Selak, PhD, and her healthcare provider, Steven S. Overman, MD, MPH. Drs. Selak and Overman together wrote a book, You Don’t LOOK Sick!: Living Well with Invisible Chronic Illness, about their shared experience. This webinar will focus on how to find effective, supportive care and creating a positive patient-provider relationship.
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