Acute Care, Spiders, and Small Acts of Resistance - Ep. 70
You're on the ward, it's late at night, and your job is to assess the patient's belongings as part of hospital protocol. You open up a container that you find in the person's bag, and there staring back at you is a large, hairy, creepy spider... This story is sure to have you listening with keen ears to find out how it is that social workers can find even the smallest moments to practice respect for persons, offering dignity, trust, and a sense of control.
Join Mim & Lis once again as they listen to this tale, and learn some fantastic lessons along the way on how to stand up to systems of power from the micro to the macro.
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Hosts - Lis Murphy and Dr. Mim Fox
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