Artificial Intim@cy - really?
As we become digital communication experts, our interpersonal and social skills are simultaneously being eroded. The intention of technology and AI is no doubt to enhance the human experience. But if the price of our digital connectivity is actually IRL disconnection and growing loneliness — which research indicates leads to a higher risk of early death — are we then not creating a digital culture that is actually destroying us?
The question is not whether or not to embrace technology. That would be like asking whether the sun will rise tomorrow or not. But the critical question to continuously ask is:
How can we make technology work for us instead of against us?
In this pivotal talk, Lucy will answer this question infusing your audience with both inspiration & education!
RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN A DIGITAL REALITY
Will Artificial Intelligence lead to Artificial Intim@cy?
Will we be needing AI to teach us how to be human again?
What fundamental specs of being human does technological reality invite us to consciously cultivate with more tenacity than ever before?
In this thought-provoking, disturbing, and massively inspirational talk Lucy will invite you to new conversations that every single human on planet earth should be having now.
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CONVERSATIONS ABOUT SEXUALITY & INTIMACY FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
Healthy Intimacy - Healthy Patients.
It is well documented that a well-functioning intimate and sexual life are general factors of well-being and health. However, doctors still refrain from talking to patients about their intimate life despite that more than 88% of patients consider it important or very important for their well-being.
At the same time, previous research shows that illness and surgery can lead to a sexual dysfunction that can lead to serious relationship problems or identity crises, which in turn leads to poor well-being and disease management with a negative effect on health.
Seen in that and a general health-promoting perspective, it is, therefore, the doctor's responsibility - regardless of specialty - to address the sexuality of their patients at a context-relevant level.
Today, most patients miss out on the opportunity to turn this area of life around with their medical doctor due to the doctor's lack of initiative.
This is partly due to the fact that sexology is not included in medical training and - more importantly - that many doctors experience discomfort when talking about a patient’s intimacy challenges - or simply general sexual health - often in fear of breaking boundaries.
It is not the doctor's job to solve the patient's sexological problems, but it is the doctor's responsibility to create a safe space for a conversation that allows the patient to talk about their sexuality and intimacy.
At the same time, such a conversation allows the doctor to uncover whether the patient needs to be referred to e.g. a sexology clinic, or just support the patient in simple methods to (re-) establish healthy sexuality and intimacy.
In this talk, your health professionals will be introduced to very simple conversational techniques, and based on the current research, get acquainted with the crucial importance of addressing intimacy with their patients.
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