Ever ask yourself how ...

  • A stronger team-based approach can improve patient experience?
  • Compassionate, collaborative care can prevent burnout and enhance well-being?
  • My organization can prioritize compassion to help reach quality and safety goals?
thriving through a Culture of Compassion

Meet colleagues from across the globe and experience immersive sessions that will leave you inspired, equipped with knowledge and skills and supported by new partners to create and sustain cultures of compassion. The Compassion in Action Healthcare Conference’s aim is to inspire and provide the tools and skills essential to improving patient experience, workforce well-being, quality and safety through compassionate, collaborative care.

Going beyond simply highlighting examples of successful initiatives to understand what others have done, participants will learn how to do it where they are.

Keynotes and Conversations
  • CEO perspectives: Leading a culture of compassion
  • Creating and supporting authentic healing relationships
  • Search Inside Yourself: Emotional intelligence lessons from Google
  • The future of compassion in healthcare delivery, payment and policy
Case-based Discussions, Innovation Labs & Workshops
  • Articulating core values and empowering culture change
  • The new high functioning team: Who’s on it and how does it work
  • Fostering intra/inter-personal skills to create authentic healing relationships
gain access to the

Compassion in Action
Webinar Series

Evan Ekman

“The Alchemy of Empathy and Compassion: Transforming Stress into Meaning at Work”

Presented by Eve Ekman, PhD, MSW, postdoctoral student, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, University of California, San Francisco

Evan Ekman

“Cultivating Compassion to Avoid Burnout”

Presented by Sharon Salzberg, meditation teacher and New York Times best-selling author

Evan Ekman

“When Emotion Fills the Room: How to use Empathic Statements to Move a Conversation Forward”

Presented by Katherine Aragon, MD, Director of Palliative Medicine at Mount Auburn Hospital