In 2019, in anticipation of our upcoming Compassion in Action Healthcare Conference, we will be inviting speakers whose work has inspired innovation, leadership, and culture change in the areas we’ll be focusing on during the conference:
The Compassion in Action Webinar Series offers healthcare workers, leaders and managers a unique opportunity to learn about topics related to compassionate, collaborative care from leading practitioners and researchers in this field.
The Compassion in Action Webinar Series is funded in part by a donation in memory of Julian and Eunice Cohen, and is free of charge to all members of the public. All Compassion in Action webinars will be archived here following the live broadcast.
As a Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Fellow, speaker Juliette Blount, MSN, NP, sought to unpack the intersection of race and healthcare by exploring how race affects the care we provide, patients’ perceptions and experiences, and, ultimately, health outcomes. During this webinar, Ms. Blount will invite participants to think hard and deeply about our individual identities and how they inform our relationships of care. We’ll explore definitions of race, ethnicity, and culture; interrogate assumptions about racism and implicit bias; and delve into how social determinants inform our understanding of health and wellness. Following her presentation, Ms. Blount will be joined in conversation by Schwartz Center CMO Dr. Beth Lown.
Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019 Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm register
During this webinar, Liz will explore insights gleaned from years studying provider wellness, leaving attendees with concrete models and methods for fostering a sense of community among colleagues that has the power to mitigate burnout, make meaning, and compel change. Following her presentation, Ms. Metraux will be joined in conversation by Schwartz Center CMO Dr. Beth Lown.Date: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm register