Developing Student Empathy, Compassion, and Patience Through Simulation with Dr. Michele Bratina

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Criminal justice professor and former forensic and children’s mental health coordinator Dr. Michele Bratina shares how she uses Dr. Pat Deegan’s “Hearing Voices that are Distressing” workshop to help students develop empathy and compassion for those who experience schizophrenia.

Hosted by: Dr. Tom Pantazes and Madison Steinbrenner

Research / Theory Connection:

Ness, G., McGuire, J.M., & Taylor, P. (2017). A qualitative analysis of student pharmacists’ response after an auditory hallucination simulation. Innovations in Pharmacy, 8(3), 1-9.

Show Notes: 

Hearing Voices Simulation

Closed Captions