Together Well Series REVISION Workshop

January 19, 2021


In this 90 minute workshop, participants will come prepared to work on a previous draft of writing that could be contributed to Together Well, a space for stories about health and healthcare in the pandemic. The draft could be something started in one of our previous Together Well workshops (October or December), or something started outside of the workshop.

Please bring 1-2 pages of content. Be prepared to share your own writing, and receive the writing of others in a small group setting. The goal of this session is to nurture a draft into a final product to be submitted for the Together Well project.

In this workshop participants will be asked to read, write, and discuss. If you require an accommodation, please contact NWNMC at

Facilitator Bio

Elizabeth Lahti, MD, is the Director of Narrative Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine and co-founded the Northwest Narrative Medicine Collaborative.

Daena Goldsmith, Ph.D., is a professor of Rhetoric & Media Studies at Lewis & Clark College, where she researches and teaches about how we enact identities and relationships through what we say and how we say it. Her work focuses on interactions from everyday life, including the conversations we have with a spouse or partner, the advice we give to friends and family, and the stories we tell face-to-face and online. Additional information is available at

Event Details

January 19, 2021
6:00 - 7:30 pm


More Community of Practice Events

Online Event
June 20, 2023

Materialities of Care: Exploring inanimate objects in the clinical encounter

Read More