UNC's Kathy Williams on the importance of human interaction
November 10, 2010





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Drew W Caffrey : July 02, 2012 08:50 pm
Sometimes I see patients live out days and weeks with very minimal human interactions. They take their disability scooters on the outdoor pathway and say hi to a few people but don't engage in human conversations. I will make a greater effort to talk to these guys.
Sue Szebelledy : September 25, 2011 04:46 am
This morning I walked into a hospital room to visit a young mom. I am a social worker. In her hospital bed sitting, no lying, next to her was her husband. They were eating a breakfast of French toast together. She was going home after giving birth to a baby boy, but she was not bringing him home with her because he had died before he was born. They seemed peaceful, and I knew they were going to be okay. They had each other.
Kevin : February 09, 2011 07:43 pm
I'd say the most powerful human interaction I have had has been when I've interacted with people in foreign countries because it always makes me realize how similar all people really are.
Diane Robertson : November 17, 2010 03:42 pm
I have had the privilege of seeing Hidden Voices and blessed by this work in my community.
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