1. You have focused on a chronic illness of interest to you over this term. Based on what you learned through doing your papers and resource sharing, share with us one of the most promising trends for the future of this chronic condition. You might look at an emerging treatment, technology, genetic research, apps that might hold promise, etc… 2. You saw from the assigned Rudd Center video that not all interventions will be well-received by everyone. Thinking about what you and others have shared about promising trends, are there potential barriers to full participation from certain groups. Why do you think this is so, and what can we do? Consider behavioral, genetic, stigma, environmental and economic/financial influences in your conversation. 3. Look for commonalities among the trends as the week progresses. Talk about what this may mean for the future of persons living with chronic illness, their loved ones, health and wellness providers, schools and workplaces, and the communities in which we live.