Positive Exposure Grand Rounds
What We're Up To
“Change How You See, See How You Change” presentation to 3rd medical students at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
Positive Exposure Lecture to First Year Medical Students
BEYOND THE WHITE COAT uses photography and written narrative to celebrate physicians in reflective and personal moments outside the hospital helping to prevent physician burnout. The South Carolina Medical Association Alliance (SCMAA) educates, advocates and supports the physician family of South Carolina and is proud to present this project and the photography exhibition throughout the state beginning in Read More »
The Beauty of Our Shared Humanity Talk and Photo Presentation Rick Guidotti Photographer, Founder, and Director POSTIVE EXPOSURE Keynote: 2:00pm – 3:30pm Webb Auditorium (1350 Booth Hall) Reception & Book Signing: 3:30pm – 4:30pm Bruce and Nora James Atrium, Thomas Gosnell Hall Speaker Bio: Rick Guidotti, an award-winning photographer, has spent the past twenty Read More »
A very unique opportunity at PE109. Be part of the Positive Exposure discussion about Stigma and celebration of our shared humanity. Positive Exposure focuses our lens on Heidi Latsky Dance company. Open rehearsal for Heidi Latsky Dance, workshop and discussion with choreographer and performers. Heidi Latsky Dance workshop about Disrupting Space, Dismantling Normal, and Redefining Read More »
Today was amazing! After a Positive Exposure presentation to the 1st Year Med Students, we then broke out into smaller groups for a FRAME Workshop. And our PEARLS Ambassador, Alexianna, was there raising awareness about Treacher Collins syndrome. FRAME Films Group 1 22 11.2 Deletion Group 2 Albinism Group 3 Autism Group 4 Cerebral Palsy Read More »
The Biggest and Best PARADE Yet! Thank you Mayors Office for People with Disabilities!
CHILDREN”S HOUSE FOR THE SOUL Presents: FRAME Premiere in Houston: Limousines to the theater and the Paparazzi. THE SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF LIVING WITH A SKIN DISORDER!
Positive Exposure in Perth, Australia A collaboration with the Wilhelm Foundation and individuals that are living with an undiagnosed condition. The Undiagnosed-a-photo-project Undiagnosed Disease Program (UDP) Australia’s first Undiagnosed Diseases Program (UDP) is currently underway in Western Australia. The UDP-WA aims to provide a definitive diagnosis for people with complex and long-standing medical conditions. Project Read More »
Photographing 65 Advocates from AHRC over the next couple of weeks to create an exhibition during the AHRC Leadership Summit (June 7) and permanent installations throughout their building on Maiden Lane in NYC. AMAZING! AHRC New York City’s Mission: A family governed organization committed to finding ways for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to Read More »
POSITIVE EXPOSURE has collaborated with the Pediatric Dermatology department at U of MN to create a community based exhibition that will be a permanent installation @ the new Pediatric Dermatology Clinic. At University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, pediatric dermatologists collaborate with other pediatric medical specialists—including the Center for Pediatric Vascular Lesions, the Epidermolysis Read More »
POSITIVE EXPOSURE in Collaboration with Geisinger presents Autism in FRAME. Funded by the WITH Foundation and filmed on location at Friendship House. All involved families in this production attended the red carpet global premiere of AUTISM in FRAME! The Paparazzi was there!!!!! Venue: Berwick Theater and Center for Community Arts (110 E Front St, Read More »
University of Minnesota’s Pediatric Dermatology department applied for a grant to collaborate with POSITIVE EXPOSURE to create a community based exhibition that will be a permanent exhibition at their new beautiful Pediatric Dermatology Clinic. AND IT WAS SUCCESSFUL!!!!! We will be in Minneapolis photographing April 27 & 28 with the exhibition installation projected to follow Read More »
Keynote Presentation and Photography About HealtheVoices: Website Social media continues to shape the way patients and caregivers make decisions about their healthcare, and online patient advocates are at the forefront of this movement. Patient advocates are driven by a passion to help others, but it is evident that there is a lack of emotional, financial Read More »
Speaking to students during their Disability Awareness Week @ Kingsborough Community College!