Educating, empowering, and engaging those who are injured or ill are key factors in achieving successful outcomes and living joyful, productive lives. In an engaging dialogue, Christopher R. Brigham, MD and Pamela A. Warren, PhD, internationally recognized thought leaders on human potential and disability, will explore why people with similar injuries and illnesses have dramatically different outcomes — why some are more resilient. They will discuss the ten core principles for healthy living and for recovering from injury or illness. They will also explain how together we can change disabling systems — despite the resistance of some with a financial stake in maintaining the status quo.
- Christopher Brigham, MD, President, Brigham and Associates, Inc.
- Pamela Warren, PhD, Clinical Instructor, University of Illinois, School of Medicine
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