IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Black background. POSITIVE EXPOSURE logo in upper left corner. Wording reads POSITIVE EXPOSURE Connects, November 28, Facebook LIVE. A Conversation with Kieran O’Brien Kern: Diversability Project Manager, Writer, Speaker
Saturday 11:00 am EST
2 circular images with Kieran and her 2 daughters, diversability Logo joins the Images.
Image 1 Kieran in purple and white print top and daughters are in maroon tops
Image 2: Kieran in dark grey and purple printed top and daughters wearing pink solid and printed sweaters.
Join us on #FacebookLIVE
tomorrow (Saturday, 21 November) at 11:00 AM EST for a conversation with our great friend
Aine Lawlor who lives in Dublin, Ireland. We’ll be talking about #22q
and celebrating #22qAwareness
Image Descriptions: 1) A girl with brown hair and eyes is looking into the camera and smiling. She is wearing a blue shirt. 2) Logo for 22q Awareness Month in gray, white and red. 3) Positive Exposure Connects image with black background and white wording which reads Celebrating 22q Awareness Month, A conversation with Aine Lawlor, Dublin, Ireland, 11:00 AM EST.
Virtual presentation to Neurogene
Neurogene is accelerating development of new genetic medicines to people with neurological diseases and their families.
We can’t wait for our next POSITIVE EXPOSURE Connects which will take place this Saturday, November 14 at 10:00 AM EST on #FacebookLIVE
! Don’t miss this incredibly cool project and display of art!!!!! 10:00 am EST
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Black background. POSITIVE EXPOSURE logo in upper left corner. Wording reads POSITIVE EXPOSURE Connects, November 14, Facebook LIVE. The Bigger Plans Project, 10:00 AM EST, Starring Zazel. Image of black women at the bottom smiling and looking up.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine: 3 Day Student Elective
October 7, 2020
October 21, 2020
November 4, 2020
Department of Medical Humanities
POSITIVE EXPOSURE Elective:
Positive Exposure (PE) and its film program, FRAME (Faces Redefining the Art of Medical Education) weaves critical medical information, with personal and lived experiences, for healthcare professionals in training, clinicians, families and communities. Each film, 8-12 minutes in length, provides a greater understanding of the most commonly seen diagnoses by demonstrating hallmark characteristics of a particular condition, while modeling an attitude of respect for the humanity of the patients.
This elective will provide students with the opportunity to participate in the creation of a Positive Exposure FRAME (Faces Redefining the Art of Medical Education) film. In Phase 1, Students will explore partnerships with specialists and advocacy organizations, the research process, prompt development and interview techniques. In Phase 2, students will participate in a virtual forum that will enable students to ask questions of specialists and an advocacy group, as well as interview individuals and families living with a particular genetic condition. In Phase 3, students will examine transcripts and a rough film edit of virtual interviews, and discuss the pertinent details to be included in the final film.
Joan H. Marks Graduate Program in Human Genetics: Positive Exposure Lecture