This week we'll do a very basic overview of how underlying brain structures and biochemistry shape the way we behave to better understand why we don't always do the things we should do, related to our health, even when we know we're making suboptimal choices. I know you've been there. You have the choice between … Continue reading The Cost of Not Doing: The Neuroscience of Engagement
The first time I ever heard of a patient advocate was when I attended a talk given by Melissa Pantel-Ku. Melissa is remarkable woman. Diagnosed with stage III breast cancer at 34, she is a PhD, a professor, a mother, a wife, a breast cancer survivor, and founder of Hope & Humor. Melissa's story had … Continue reading A who? A patient what? A Patient Advocate.