Health Care Mediation Articles
As our nation deals with the COVID-19 crisis, divorced parents face many unique challenges.
This video discusses Zoom settings for mediators, designed to establish rapport and confidentiality.
It is without a doubt an understatement to say that the coronavirus (COVID-19) global health crisis is drastically impacting communities worldwide.
Right now, we are adjusting to an entirely new set of parameters for our lives.
The old curse disguised as a blessing “may you live in interesting times” is showing its teeth in the form of pandemic in these early months of 2020.
Are your clients asking you to meet online? Here are some suggestions for getting started.
Daniel Dana has written two haikus for mediators, with his perspective on self-quarantine.
Being involved in a lawsuit or even just in a dispute can be stressful, worrisome if not anxiety ridden.
Workplace conflict can’t be, ignored, cancelled or put on hold. And there are suddenly all kinds of reasons for employees to feel pushed to their limit.
The article explores the application of VED Analysis to mediation and explains the usefulness of the technique to the mediator in streamlining negotiations. By using a case study, the article highlights the risks, challenges and tools for the mediators while using the technique of VED Analysis in mediation.
(3/18/20) AFCC and AAML
Leaders from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and Association of Family & Conciliation Courts (AFCC) have released these guidelines for co-parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
So far, we’ve been lucky. None of the health emergencies or potential pandemics we have been through in recent years has achieved its deadliest potential.
The emails have been flying, phone and Zoom conversations everywhere asking “how do we move this meeting, event, workshop, whatever online in response to the novel Corona virus outbreak?”
This article helps mediators, HR, and ombuds offices who are shifting their practice to online meetings.
When there is a disruption to any part of the supply chain, the impact is felt globally. We are seeing this now with the coronavirus (COVID-19).
(3/06/20)Rosa Perez Martell
Organizations, professionals and users of health services find themselves in a
scenario in which the existence of conflicts within the health system is a reality.
We live in a connected world with intricate networks of supply chain and service relationships and any delay can result in multiple commercial challenges.
Have you ever worked with someone who came across as angry all the time?
Are you feeling angry and put upon at work? Are you having negative interactions and conflict over relatively small matters? Overwork may be the culprit.
(1/03/20)F. Peter Phillips
Peter Kaskell died on December 12, 2019. He was a dear friend whom I met at the CPR Institute and who taught me not just the delicate arts of demand-led commercial dispute management, but the even more delicate arts of humility, service and attention to others’ needs.
This article examines how walking may be beneficial to not only an individual, but to multiple people involved in a conflict resolution process.
One way schools can equip students with the skills to address conflict is through peer mediation.
I am willing to respect you even though I might not admire or look up to you for the accomplishments you are credited with.
This is an interview with Dr. Lesley Cook discussing the importance of understanding your neurodiverse clients in the educational, family, and workplace fields.
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The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) Taskforce on Safety in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has drafted the ADR Safety Planning to promote the safety of practitioners and participants in ADR processes. This is part 3 in the series--discussing what mediators can do in cases of extreme violence.