In the fourth session, Dayna Long, MD, Pediatrician and Co-Director, Center for Child and Community Health, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, is in conversation with Nai Pharn (Ajero), Health Education Coordinator at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, and Jerome Traylor, a parent whose children receive care at the hospital. They discuss why relationships matter in the health care system and how to bring Early Relational Health to the work that they do everyday. Ms. Pharn describes her work as a Health Education Coordinator and provides an overview of the Resiliency Clinic program she facilitates. Mr. Traylor shares his experience with the Resiliency Clinic and the hospital and how these programs and relationships have impacted him and his family.
May 4, 2022