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Dr. Orton speaks

Dr. Orton speaks on a variety of topics ranging from quality improvement and patient safety to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in healthcare. Both inspirational and supported by literature, Dr. Orton’s presentations and talks have eloquently highlighted how awareness of subjects such as microaggressions, imposter phenomenon, and mentorship and sponsorship are critical to the healthcare space.

Dr. Orton is renowned for being particularly passionate about microaggressions in both leadership and healthcare and has emerged as a thought leader in the space.

Noteworthy presentations of Dr. Orton’s include:

  • The Impact of Gender Microaggressions on Cardiovascular Health, Webinar Guest, American College of Cardiology, 05/2022
  • Developing a Framework to Respond to Sexist Microaggressions. Live ACPE Continuing Education Presentation, Arizona Pharmacy Association Annual Convention, 06/2022
  • Death by a Thousand Papercuts   - Gender Microaggressions in Healthcare. Growth Edge Leadership Podcast Guest, 08/2022
  • Mitigating the Harm of Sexist Microaggressions. Live Presentation. Creighton University 5th Annual Women in Healthcare Symposium, 10/2022
  • Women In Pharmacy, Allies, Advocates, and Upstanders, Roundtable Discussion, Arizona Pharmacy Association Annual Convention, 6/2023

Testimonial

"Casey Orton, PharmD, MBA, is a true expert in her field and an exceptional speaker! Dr. Orton's passion for the subject matter is evident, and she captivates her audience from start to finish. Her ability to interact with the audience and encourage discussions adds depth to her sessions, making it more of an experience than just a lecture. Her clear and confident delivery makes complex topics easy to understand. Dr. Orton's presentations are a valuable addition to anyone's professional development, and audience members request more sessions in the future. Audiences leave her sessions feeling empowered and inspired to advocate for themselves and make plans of action to improve their communities."

- Dawn Gerber, PharmD, BCGP, FASCP, FAzPA