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Testimonials

University of Scranton Department of Nursing; Scranton, Pennsylvania  

Dr. Parnell is an excellent speaker and provided great information on health policy. All health care professionals can benefit from an education program on this important topic.” – Ann F. 


Annual Dialysis Conference; Seattle, Washington

“Presentation made me more aware of what I am doing right and how to improve and add to what I am already incorporating into my practice.”

“Loved this and wanted more.”

“Great ideas that need to be implemented.”

“Would like to hear Terri speak again!”

“Very good information on how to make it easier for patients to navigate the system.”


ESRD National Coordinating Center (NCC) Webinar

“This is one of the most helpful presentations I’ve attended to date. Good job. This applies to every single project we facilitate.”


Saint Peter’s University Hospital; New Brunswick, New Jersey

“Dr. Parnell is an outstanding speaker, very knowledgeable. Presentation was very informative, with valuable information.”   – R. D.

“This literacy training session by Terri Ann Parnell, RN was awesome and very educational!” “We learned things to say and not say to our patients to bring about positive outcomes.” “I now have my staff ask patients their preferred language that they would like to communicate in to reduce or limit mis-communication.” “This is a course that everyone in the healthcare field should get the chance to attend!  Thanks Terri Ann!” Angella Reid, MBA-HC, SPUH Clinic Practice Administrator


American Heart Association; New York City, New York

“Dr. Parnell was an excellent & engaging speaker.”


Ochsner Health System-Health Literacy Summit KeyNote Address; New Orleans, Louisiana

“Dear Dr. Parnell,

I heard your presentation in New Orleans a few weeks ago and simply loved it. I was, probably, the only medical librarian in the room but your information was as relevant and meaningful to me as it was to all of the nurses and other healthcare providers. Again, your presentation was great. I loved it, and hope to hear you talk again someday in the future.

Sincerely,
Amanda”

—Amanda F. Gautreaux, MLIS, AHIP Medical Library


UnitedHealth Group Webinar
Selected comments from participants:

“Terrific job…thank you!”

“Thank you so much for this presentation! Well done!”

“THANK you for this information. I learned a lot and especially found the sections on use of strategies to be of value in my role.”