We Survive ‘WOW’ Program Jenniffer Truitt, MS/OT — Rudy Clark, MSN, RN — Dr. Emma Palmer, PharmD

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Tonight’s show:

We Survive ‘WOW’ Program: April 6, 2014 8-9 PM

Jenniffer Truitt, MS/OT, holds a Masters in Occupational Therapy, is theWe Survive’s WOW Director, and specializes in pediatrics and the geriatrics, with over 10 years experience with medically fragile children.

Topics for Interview:

  • How did you get involved with We Survive’s WOW program?
  • What made you decided to become part of the WOW Team?
  • As Director of the WOW program what do you see for the future?
  • Do you remember the age at which you became homeless?
  • Were you alone or part of a family?
  • Did your siblings live with you?
  • Was there a time when you were hungry?
  • Did you have health problems?
  • When did you become motivated to come away from homelessness?
  • Who or what motivated you?
  • Do you feel that the agency where you lived, met your needs?
  • What is your most memorable experience while you were homeless?
  • What were your friends like?
  • What would you change, if you could, about your past experiences?
  • Tell us about ROCK-A-THON and why this event is so important to you?

Rudy Clark, MSN, RN   Registered nurse with a Masters in Nursing, 21 years in the medical profession, has concentrated her career toward nursing education and teaches at Spalding University is working on her doctorate in nursing

Dr. Emma Palmer, PharmD, Doctor of Pharmacy Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy.  Dr. Palmer specializes in relapse prevention with chronic mental illness, psychopharmacology, pain management, and addiction pharmacy.

More topics for Interview:

  • What are some challenges for successful treatment in the homeless population with mental illness?
  • How may family be affected when caring for someone with mental illness?
  • What can families and patients do to help improve chances of success?


Mental Health Awareness Event

Saturday, May 10, 10am-3pm

2100 Gardiner Lane, Louisville, KY

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Registration begins at 9am

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Presented by

We Survive’s Haven’s of Hope
Sullivan University College of Pharmacy (SUCOP) SSHP

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