Richard Lui is an award-winning journalist with more than 30 years in media, technology, and business. He has served as a television news anchor at MSNBC, NBC News, and CNN Worldwide. Among his many accomplishments, Lui spent 15 years in business, serves on boards at non-profit organizations and for-profit firms, and is an ambassador for non-government organizations (NGO’s) focusing on issues of gender equality and human trafficking. Lui is author of the book Enough About Me and director of two documentary films. His first film SkyBlossom, was inspired by his own long-distance caregiving for his father. The second film Unconditional: When Minds Hurt, Love Heals deals with issues of mental health and family caregiving.
In this podcast, Richard Lui talks with Helen Osborne about:
More ways to learn:
Health Literacy from A to Z: Practical Ways to Communicate Your Health Message, Third Edition, a book by Helen Osborne. Especially relevant to this podcast is the chapter, “Patient and Family Perspective.”
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