Elizabeth Power, Med.
EPower & Associates, Inc.
PO Box 17383
Nashville, TN 37217
Evidence-informed learning in training-based interventions for providers; reducing the impact of adverse experiences on workplace performance; improving mental health through broadly available non-stigmatizing skill development; reducing the time, trauma and costs of healing for service providers and service recipients; improving communication between providers and patients.
- Power, E. (2011) Organizational and Programmatic Benefits from Adversity: Comprehending the Centrality of the Role of Adverse Experiences in and on the NPO and its Programs, The Volunteer Management Handbook ed. Tracy D. Connors, John Wiley & Sons, C.1-32.
- Power, E. (2001) Coping with Change: A Human Resources Primer, The Nonprofit Management Handbook, ed. Tracy D. Connors, John Wiley & Sons.
- Power, E. (1998) Welcoming the Stranger: Diversity and the NPO, The Nonprofit Management Handbook, ed. Tracy D. Connors, John Wiley & Sons, 139-153.