Learning Styles and the Cancer Experience
Join Debbie as she presents on how making medical documentation language more clear, while taking into consideration audience learning styles can help medical patients and their families!
Debbie Kerr has been a technical communicator for over 30 years and a cancer survivor for over five. In her role as a technical writer, and now as a business analyst, she sees herself as a user advocate. This is the reason she is so passionate about improving patient’s health literacy through her book, When Cancer Takes Flight, her volunteer work as a Patient and Family Advisor with Cancer Care Ontario, and for speaking at conferences to the people who can help make a difference. She regularly shares her knowledge on her blog at www.laughterandcancer.com.
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This year’s conference is held from Sunday, March 25 through Tuesday, March 27 at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
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