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journal articles and a groundbreaking book, Communication Skills that Heal, he writes, lectures and leads creative interactive work- shops, it adds. He is also the innovator of the Confidential Litigation Stress Mentoring program, designed to assist physicians "trau- matized by medical mistakes or litigation," the release says. Bub is on the adjunct staff at Temple University Medical School in Philadelphia. His latest passions are art and photography, which he uses extensively in his teachings, the release notes. For more information, call David Ryan at 365- 4027 or email The Unitarian Universalist Church of Sarasota is a Welcoming Congregation serving Sarasota and Manatee counties. More information may be found at % of a little boy and its aftermath, the release adds. The audience will learn about health- care, communications, healing and society's attitude towards perfection, the release notes. The audience members will be invited to explore the meaning of the painting, the release continues. As they listen to the artist's message, they will learn "about the nature and expression of suffering and how it relates to serious disabilities," the release says. The result will be "a deeper insight into how to listen and respond to suffering in ways that are affirming, healing and transformative," it explains. Bub, a native of South Africa, "has had an extraordinary and eclectic career as a family physician, gestalt psychotherapist, volunteer chaplain, writer and educator," the release points out. Author of numerous Share stories by clicking the icon in the menubar and choosing to share via e-mail, post to Facebook or Twitter, or many other sharing options. QUICK TIP For the best viewing experience on a computer click the icon in the menubar to zoom to fullscreen mode. QUICK TIP Sarasota News Leader February 28, 2014 Page 126

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