By OSU Center for Health Sciences
Life is shared through conversations. From mundane “what’s for dinner” chats to disagreements laden with words left unsaid, the art of effective communication is not an inherent ability. As a second year OSU medical student, Angela Clifton prepared for high-stakes conversations with her future patients by reading the book “Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High,” and as a 2019 Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Clifton thought to extend the conversation to clients at Women in Recovery (WIR). Read more here.