Kaiser, Jerry M.
Lecturer AY-B, Health Professions
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JERRY M. KAISER has directed nationwide research and training programs on health promotion and occupational stress for the U.S. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion and for the U.S. Department of Education.
He has been a consultant on the future of healthcare for military families to the U.S. Department of Defense, and is a member of the American Medical Association’s Initiative to Transform Medical Education.
Mr. Kaiser has designed and directed post-disaster stress intervention training in communities recovering from disaster, and has focused much of his work on programs to help children, families, and the under-served recover from tragedy and loss. He designed and directed the statewide nurse stress facilitator training program for the New York State Federation of Nurses, and has been advisor/consultant on relationship-centered care to the John E. Fetzer Institute.
Mr. Kaiser has taught in the Psychology and Social Work departments for Syracuse University’s Project Advance, and was Assistant Director of the American Federation of Teachers educational Issues Department.
His keynote addresses include Eunice Kennedy Shriver’s “Communities of Caring” conference, the American Holistic Medical Association, Association for Worksite Health Promotion, Best Practices in Healthcare, and other national health and education conferences.
He has been consultant to the NBC Nightly News, and his work has been reported in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Wilson Quarterly, and other national media.