Lizanne Mulligan PT, PhD Professor at the University of Cincinnati
"It was a great presentation and I think it really helps our students (and me) to hear about how important it is to consider the whole patient and consider their feelings and not just think about your immediate job duty...it was great to hear your experiences and you were really so open..."University of Cincinnati Speech link: A Patient's Experience - Physical Therapy
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Raymond L. Poole is a Keynote / TEDx speaker, an award winning author, and an advocate for the cystic fibrosis community. He discusses his role as his wife's "cornerman" and the humbling life lessons that he drew from the experience. With plenty of wit and no shortage of stories, Ray shares some universal truths from an inspiring yet challenging journey.
"I do not have cystic fibrosis. I did not spend a lifetime taking pills with every meal or doing breathing treatments and never went into respiratory failure...my wife Rebecca did. My job is to be in her corner."
Laura Morgan Sr. Development Director at the Cincinnati CF Foundation
"It was so quiet in the room that you could hear a pin drop because people were just engaged and listening and he really brought his story to life...We hear these types of presentations at almost all of our events...everyone came up to me after the event and said 'Ray was amazing, he did a wonderful job!'"
2017 CFRI Conf. Kickoff Speech
2017 CFF Wisconsin Gala Speech
Ray can also incorporate his 15 years of leading corporate teams, leading departments, and executing projects. His anecdotes help people better understand the value of these lessons from the hospital room and how they apply in the boardroom. This is the focus of his next book "The Critical Path."
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The Case for Realistic Optimism
Julie Klensch, M.Ed, RRT Registered RT / Respiratory Care Instructor at Cincinnati State
"Ray did a great job...he used humor, he came across well, and had a nice presentation to go along with it, incorporated things from his book but didn't really talk about his book, he was talking about the story."
"Some of them are caregivers right now so I think that'll be impactful right away."