Communication, Compassion, and Empathy
Amy Sullivan Ed.D
Beth Lown M.D.
Kristen Schaefer M.D.
Spring 2016 :
Thursday, January 21st 4:30-6PM TMEC 330
Wednesday, February 24th 4:30-6PM Gordon Hall 311 Alumni Conference Room: RSVP
Wednesday, March 9th 4:30-6PM Gordon Hall 212 Bibring Conference Room: RSVP
Thursday, April 28th 4:30-6PM TMEC 130: RSVP
Wednesday, May 18th 4:30-6PM Gordon Hall 311 Alumni Conference Room: RSVP
Thursday, June 23rd 4:30-6PM TMEC 330: RSVP
- Workshop planned for Spring 2016 on Co-Creating Learning Agreements with students, residents, and other learners. Dates to be announced. This workshop will lead faculty through an exercise to identify the values, expectations, and needs of faculty and learners in a range of settings, including classroom, small groups, clinical teaching during rounds or at bedside. The purpose is to create a set of shared values and practices to enhance faculty-learner communication and to build a culture of care and mutual respect in the training environment.
- Seminar on Communication, Compassion, and Empathy is being developed and is planned for Spring 2017. We will update this as plans develop.
Achievement (s) :
- Our group developed two learning guides that have been used successfully with students and faculty in the new curriculum. We will continue to develop these materials for dissemination in other settings and for new students in coming years. See documents here.
- HMS Pathways: Guide to Learning in the New Curriculum
- Pathways Faculty Guide
- Recommendations from a Conference...
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