Art & Medicine at the MFA

Optional Pre-Conference Event

9:00 am

Conference Registration Opens

9:00 am

Compassion Scholars Program Orientation

(By invitation only)

10:30 am

Schwartz Center Member Day Welcome and Lunch

Lunch Plenary Conversation: Innovating and Scaling Schwartz Rounds™ across the United Kingdom's National Health Service

12:30 pm

Break

3:00 pm

Interactive Working Groups

Your Role in Creating and Sustaining Cultures of Compassion

3:15 pm

Break

4:45 pm

Member Cocktail Reception

5:15 pm

Adjourn

7:45 pm

Registration and Breakfast

7:00 am

Foundations for Compassion

Unleashing the Positive Power of Compassion

8:30 am

Keynotes and Conversations

Leading a Culture of Compassion

8:55 am

Break

9:45 am

Health Society Leadership Council Meeting

(By invitation only)

11:25 am

Lunch

12:00 pm

Keynotes and Conversations

Fireside Chat with Lucy Kalanithi and Jay Bhatt

12:45 pm

Keynotes and Conversations

Creating and Supporting Authentic Healing Relationships

1:30 pm

Break

2:30 pm

Break

4:00 pm

Reception

5:30 - 7:00 pm

5:30 pm

Morning Wellness Activities

6:30 am

Registration and Breakfast

7:00 am

Business Member Roundtable

(By invitation only)

7:00 am

Keynotes and Conversations

Search Inside Yourself: Be Your Best Self At Work

8:20 am

Plenary Panel Discussion

The Future of Compassion in Healthcare: What Lies Ahead?

9:10 am

Break

10:10 am

Lunch

12:00 pm

Compassion Scholars Program Debrief

(By invitation only)

12:10 pm

Break

2:15 pm

Adjourn

4:30 pm
  • VAA – “Articulating core values and implementing values-based change”Focus on initiatives, models and approaches that help articulate core values and empower culture change.
  • INT – “Fostering intra/inter-personal skills to create authentic healing relationships”Focus on how organizations can help foster intra and inter-personal skills to create authentic healing relationships between caregivers and their patients/families, institutional leadership and their employees and among colleagues/teams.
  • HFT – “The new high functioning team: who’s on it and how does it work?”Focus on how organizations can achieve their goals by redefining and then leveraging high functioning teams. Themes to be covered include: involving patients and families in quality improvement initiatives, lowering hierarchy between professions and interprofessional training.

SUNDAY

9:00 am

Art & Medicine at the MFA

Optional Pre-Conference Event

June 25, 2017 from 9:00 – 11:00 am

Join us for a special pre-conference event at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts where we will explore the intersection of art and medicine. The event will kick off with a guided tour and facilitated discussion in the museum galleries on how art can be an important catalyst to discussing the complex issues facing interns, residents, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals.  Activities will provide opportunities for reflection, observation, empathy and teambuilding. Finally, you’ll get to work hands-on with your group to create an original piece of art.  Each discussion will be led by an art educator and medical faculty member.

Cost: $50 for each participant (please note this is not included in the cost of the conference).  Payment is due at the start of the program by either cash or check.  Please make checks payable to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Included in the cost is the program facilitation by experienced art educators, Museum admission and MFA member rate parking in the MFA’s garage or parking lots.

Brooke DiGiovanni Evans
Head of Gallery Learning
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Joel Katz, MD
Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Associate Physician, Division of General Medicine and Division of Infectious Diseases, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School

12:30 pm

Schwartz Center Member Day Welcome and Lunch

Lunch Plenary Conversation: Innovating and Scaling Schwartz Rounds™ across the United Kingdom's National Health Service

Moderator:

Beth A. Lown, MD
Medical Director, The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Panelists:

Heather Caudle, RN, MSc
Chief Nurse
Ashford and St. Peter’s NHS
Foundation Trust
Dr. Jocelyn Cornwell
Chief Executive, The Point of Care Foundation
Visiting Professor, Department of Medicine, Imperial College
London, United Kingdom
Dr. Faye Gishen, FRCP
Consultant Physician & Clinical Academic
Royal Free London & University College London

1:30 pm

Compassion by Design

Participate in the largest interactive compassion design exercise ever tried!  Well Designed Life bestselling author and CEO of engagedIN, Kyra Bobinet, MD, MPH brings decades of success in designing science-based interventions, products, and experiences that improve lives—to make you the designer of the compassion you want to see in the world. The takeaway? You learn applied behavioral neuroscience and design thinking to advance your vision of health and well-being.

Kyra Bobinet, MD, MPH
Chief Executive Officer, engagedIN

3:15 pm

Interactive Working Groups

Your Role in Creating and Sustaining Cultures of Compassion

Whether or not you lead or participate in Schwartz Rounds™, these interactive breakout sessions are focused on sharing the latest approaches to promoting a culture of compassion from colleagues among the nearly 600 healthcare organizations in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand that make up the broader Schwartz Center community.  


CBD: Compassion at Scale: How societies, communities and membership associations can lead compassionate culture change in healthcare organizations

Moderator: Andrew Shin,
JD, MPH

Senior Director, Policy and Strategic Partnerships
The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare
Maria Gamvroulas, LCSW
Director of Medical Social Work
Primary Children’s Hospital
Jenna Mandel-Ricci
Vice President, Regulatory and Professional Affairs
Greater New York Hospital Association
Kenneth M. Slaw, PhD
Executive Director
Society for Vascular Surgery


CBD: Resilience on the Front Lines of Care: Organizational strategies to foster compassion and sustain resilience in the face of trauma and emotional suffering

Moderator: Rabbi Edith M. Meyerson, DMin, BCC
Associate Director, Pastoral Counseling and Bereavement Services, The Hertzberg Palliative Care Institute
Clinical Instructor, Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Mary Kate Eanniello, DNP, RN, OCN
Nurse Educator
Hartford Hospital
Hartford Healthcare Cancer Institute
Elizabeth Mitchell, MD
Associate Clinical Professor
Boston University Medical Center
Attending Physician
Boston Medical Center
Micheline St-Hilaire, MBA, MSc
Director of Strategic Initiatives and Organizational Development
Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba

6:00 pm

The Corman IMPACT Honors Recognition Dinner

The Corman IMPACT (Innovative Member Programs Advancing Compassion and Teamwork) Honors celebrates Schwartz Center healthcare members who are making a transformational by creating programs or initiatives that promote compassionate, collaborative care within their organization or system.

Keynote Address: In Shock – Creating a Culture of Caring

Rana Lee Adawi Awdish, MD, FACCP
Medical Director, Care Experience
Henry Ford Health System

MONDAY

8:00 am

Welcome and Introductory Exercise

Recognizing the top issues facing healthcare organizations that inhibit or could enable more compassionate, collaborative care. Goal-setting and sharing the framework to create solutions/call-to-action.  All Compassion in Action participants will be invited to submit their top organizational priorities prior to the convening.

Dana Siegel RN, CPHRM, CPPS
Director of Patient Safety Services, CRICO Strategies
with actors from Voices of Hope, Boston

8:30 am

Foundations for Compassion

Unleashing the Positive Power of Compassion

In this plenary session, learn what we mean by “compassion,” how compassion is different from empathy and what that means for us and the patients and families we serve. We will introduce an overview of the latest social neuroscience of compassion, what mediates our neural networks, and how these mediators influence clinical interactions. Finally, learn how to harness these skills and strategies to leverage culture change for compassion.

Beth A. Lown, MD
Medical Director, The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

8:55 am

Keynotes and Conversations

Leading a Culture of Compassion

Join us for a discussion with highly regarded chief executives from leading healthcare organizations who have prioritized compassion within their organizations. This panel discussion will focus on the foundations that underpin the power of culture. Topics for discussion will cover how these leaders were able to: bring their workforce together to articulate core values, align organizational priorities with various stakeholders, overcome challenges and systemic barriers to change, and implement the strategies to advance cultures of compassion.

Moderator:

Richard J.
Baron, MD, MACP

President and CEO
American Board of Internal Medicine

Panelists:

Marna Borgstrom
CEO, Yale New Haven Health
CEO, Yale-New Haven Hospital
George Hager
Chief Executive Officer, Genesis HealthCare
Steven Strongwater, MD
President and CEO, Atrius Health
Katy A. Welkie, RN, MBA
Chief Executive Officer, Primary Children’s Hospital

10:00 am

Case-Based Discussions, Innovation Labs and Workshops

Workshop: Building a Compassionate Healthcare System Through Creativity, Communication and Connection [VAA]

Becca Hawkins, MSN, ANP
Director, Compassionate Care
Providence St. Josephs Health
Mark Rosenberg, MD, FACP
Director, Compassionate Care
Providence St. Josephs Health


Workshop: What Does “Caring” Sound Like Within Geisinger? [INT]

Greg Burke, MD, FACP
Chief Patient Experience Officer
Geisinger Health System
Denise Venditti, DNP, MHA, RN, FACHE, NEA-BC
Vice President, Patient Experience
Geisinger Health System


Workshop: High-Value and High-Impact Interprofessional Training With Patients and Families as Co-Teachers [HFT]

Fiona H. Levy, MD
Executive Director
Sala Institute for Child & Family Centered Care
Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital of New York at NYU Langone
Juliette Schlucter
Director, Center for Child and Family Experience
Sala Institute for Child & Family Centered Care
Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital of New York at NYU Langone


CBD: A Culture of Compassion using Appreciative Inquiry

Moderator: Richard M. Frankel, PhD
Professor of Medicine and Geriatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine
Director, Advanced Scholars Program in General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
Staff Member, Education Institute, Cleveland Clinic
Harry Isaacson, MD
Assistant Dean for Clinical Education
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Margaret Plews-Ogan, MD, FACP
Bernard B. and Anne L. Brodie Teaching Associate
Professor of Medicine

University of Virginia School of Medicine

11:15 am

Compassion in Action Poster Session

Our inaugural poster topics cover a wide range of initiatives, models or research that advance compassion at the organizational level. Posters demonstrate the measured impact on compassion, patient experience, workforce well-being and quality/safety as it relates to the conference areas, including:

  • Articulating core values and empowering culture change
  • The new high-functioning team: who’s on it and how does it work?
  • Fostering intra- and inter-personal skills to create authentic healing relationships

12:45 pm

Keynotes and Conversations

Fireside Chat with Lucy Kalanithi and Jay Bhatt

Jay Bhatt, DO interviews Lucy Kalanithi, MD, FACP, about the #1 New York Times bestselling memoir, “When Breath Becomes Air,” for which she wrote the epilogue.

Lucy Kalanithi, MD, FACP
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
Jay Bhatt, DO
Chief Medical Officer
American Hospital Association
President
Health Research & Educational Trust

1:30 pm

Keynotes and Conversations

Creating and Supporting Authentic Healing Relationships

This discussion featuring nationally-renowned experts will focus on how authentic healing relationships are essential if we are to move towards the quadruple aim of improving care and health while supporting the healthcare workforce and lowering costs. Panelists will highlight how to better foster intra-personal skills of self-awareness and emotion regulation as well as skills for inter-personal healing and the organizational processes and structures needed to support them.

Moderator:

Michele Lloyd
Vice President, Children’s Services
NYU Langone Medical Center

Panelists:

Susan Block, MD
Director, Serious Illness Care Program
Ariadne Labs
Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Richard I. Levin, MD, FACP, FACC, FAHA
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation
Emeritus Professor of Medicine
NYU and McGill Universities
Cynda H. Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN
Anne and George L. Bunting Professor of Clinical Ethics
Berman Institute of Bioethics/School of Nursing
Professor of Nursing and Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins University
Leilani Schweitzer
Assistant Vice President for Communication & Resolution
The Risk Authority Stanford
Sarah Wakeman, MD
Medical Director, Substance Use Disorder Initiative
Massachusetts General Hospital
Assistant Professor in Medicine
Harvard Medical School

2:45 pm

Case-Based Discussions, Innovation Labs and Workshops

Workshop: Fostering Compassion, Quality, and Performance on Teams: Relational coordination as both measure and intervention [HFT]

Krista Hirschmann, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
FlinCare


Workshop: CPR – Civility, Professionalism, Resilience Training for Leaders [VAA]

Richard M. Frankel, PhD
Professor of Medicine and Geriatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine
Director, Advanced Scholars Program in General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
Staff Member, Education Institute, Cleveland Clinic


Workshop: Building Compassion into Serious Illness Care:  Tools, training and systems change to improve the patient experience [INT]

Susan Block, MD
Director, Serious Illness Care Program
Ariadne Labs
Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Joanna Paladino, MD
Assistant Director of Implementation
Serious Illness Care Program
Ariadne Labs
Justin Sanders, MD, MSc
Assistant Director of Innovation
Serious Illness Care Program
Ariadne Labs


CBD: Health Humanities in Practice: Cultivating self-reflection to engender compassion and improve well-being

Moderator: Deepthiman Gowda, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director of Clinical Practice, Narrative Medicine
Columbia University Medical Center
Tim Cunningham, RN, DrPH
Assistant Professor
Assistant Director of the Compassionate Care Initiative
University of Virginia School of Nursing
University of Virginia Department of Drama
Joel Katz, MD
Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Associate Physician, Division of General Medicine and Division of Infectious Diseases, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School


CBD: Improving Patient and Workforce Safety through Compassion: The new “culture of safety” – it’s about respect  – case studies of how two organizations are trying to get this right

Moderator: Tejal K. Gandhi, MD, MPH, CPPS
President and CEO
National Patient Safety Foundation
Patricia H. Folcarelli, RN, PhD
Senior Director, Patient Safety
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Karen Frush, BSN, MD, CPPS
Chief Patient Safety Officer, Duke University Health System
Professor of Pediatrics, Duke University School of Medicine
Clinical Professor of Nursing, Duke University School of Nursing

4:15 pm

Case-Based Discussions, Innovation Labs and Workshops

IL: The Social Architecture of Compassion [VAA]

Monica C. Worline, PhD
Founder and CEO, EnlivenWork
Faculty Affiliate, Center for Positive Organizations, University of Michigan
Research Scientist, Center for Compassion and Altruism, Stanford University


Workshop: Being Morally Resilient in the Midst of Complexity [INT]

Cynda H. Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN
Anne and George L. Bunting Professor of Clinical Ethics
Berman Institute of Bioethics/School of Nursing
Professor of Nursing and Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins University


Workshop: Dream Team 101: Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Teamwork [HFT]

Steven Adelman, MD
Director
Physician Health Services, Inc. (a subsidiary of the Massachusetts Medical Society)
Clinical Associate Professor
U MA School of Medicine
Diana Dill, EdD
Consulting and coaching psychologist
Founder, Working Together For Health℠


CBD: Getting Serious about Interprofessional Teamwork: Strategies to improve team effectiveness within the new high-functioning team

Moderator: Wendy K. Nickel, MPH
Director, Center for Patient Partnership in Healthcare
American College for Physicians
Margi Coggins, CNM, MSN
Director, Division of Midwifery
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Mount Auburn Hospital
Jennifer Faultner
Family Advisor
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Edwin C. Huang, MD
Chair, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Mount Auburn Hospital
Sheryl Kalbach, MSW
Family Centered Care Specialist
Seattle Children’s Hospital


CBD: Culture as a Means or Outcome: Differing paths towards a culture of compassion

Moderator: Maria Kokas, PhD
Director of Learning Systems
Henry Ford Health System
Heather Caudle, RN, MSc
Chief Nurse
Ashford and St. Peter’s NHS Foundation Trust
Andrew Schutzbank, MD, MPH
Vice President, Product
Iora Health

5:30 pm

Reception

5:30 - 7:00 pm

Join us for drinks, hors d’oeuvres and networking with colleagues and speakers.

6:20 pm

Special Screening of Extremis and Discussion with Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider and John Dukakis

6:20 - 7:20 pm

Join us for a special screening of the Oscar-nominated short documentary, Extremis, about end-of-life decision-making in the intensive care unit by Academy Award-nominated director, Dan Krauss. The film had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2016 and won Best Documentary Short. It was nominated for a 2017 Academy Award and an International Documentary Association Award. After the screening, John Dukakis, Schwartz Center interim executive director, and Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider, an internist and founder of the Ungerleider Palliative Care Education Fund – a major funder of Extremis – will lead a group discussion about the making of the film, serious illness and the future of palliative care education.

TUESDAY

8:00 am

National Scorecard on Compassion Presentation

Join us for a presentation of results and trends from a scorecard on compassion national survey.

Beth A. Lown, MD
Medical Director, The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Andrew Shin, JD, MPH
Senior Director, Policy and Strategic Partnerships
The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare

8:20 am

Keynotes and Conversations

Search Inside Yourself: Be Your Best Self At Work

Search Inside Yourself (SIY) is a science-based curriculum designed and tested at Google, aimed at helping participants develop mindfulness-based emotional intelligence. The outcomes of core SIY practices allow individuals and teams to develop the useful mental habits for achieving both deep and long-lasting well-being as well as sustainable high performance. In this plenary presentation, we present a brief sampling of some of the core concepts of SIY. The presentation will include discussion of:

  • The science of neuroplasticity, emotion, perception and behavior change
  • The role of attention training in enhancing mental focus and developing emotional intelligence
  • How to develop greater resilience, including enhanced abilities for managing adversity and disruptive change
  • Tools for sustaining peak performance and motivation
  • Practices that cultivate happiness and overall well-being

The goal is to help participants thrive – enjoying greater productivity, effectiveness, and happiness – at work and beyond.

Marc Lesser, MBA
Author, “Less: Accomplish More by Doing Less
Co-founder and CEO, Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute

9:10 am

Plenary Panel Discussion

The Future of Compassion in Healthcare: What Lies Ahead?

This panel discussion will focus on what trends, initiatives, focus areas for research and innovations are necessary to accomplish the overarching goal of the conference: creating and thriving in cultures of compassion. Hear from nationally-recognized leaders who represent diverse backgrounds and provide personal stories and professional experiences that inform their world-views about how various components and people within our complex healthcare system can work interdependently to provide compassionate care.

Moderator:

Bob Tedeschi
Senior Writer
STAT

Panelists:

Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, MPP
Chief Executive Officer, Iora Health
Eric J. Hall
President and Chief Executive Officer
HealthCare Chaplaincy Network™
Lorraine Ryan
Senior Vice President, Legal, Regulatory and Professional Affairs
Greater New York Hospital Association
Fernando Stein, MD
President, American Academy of Pediatrics
Medical Director, Progressive – Texas Children’s Hospital

10:30 am

Case-Based Discussions, Innovation Labs and Workshops

Workshop: Healthcare Teams 2020: Forming, norming, storming and performing in the new age of patient-centered care and population health [HFT]

Kenneth M. Slaw, PhD
Executive Director
Society for Vascular Surgery


Workshop: Connecting to Care: Promoting compassion through staff self-discovery and engagement [INT]

Harris P. Baden, MD
Senior Leader of Experience
Seattle Children’s Hospital-Research-Foundation
Professor of Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care
University of Washington School of Medicine
Kelly A. Schloredt, PhD, ABPP
Leader, CONNECT Program
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Clinical Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
University of Washington School of Medicine


Workshop: Improving Culture Change Sustainability: Using enterprise risk management strategy to gain organizational buy-in [VAA]

Barbara McCarthy, RN, MPH, CIC, CPHQ, CPHRM, FASHRM
Enterprise Risk Officer
Beverly Hospital, a member of Lahey Health
Mike Midgley, RN, JD, MPH, CPHRM, FASHRM
Vice President, Healthcare Risk Engineering
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions


CBD: Compassion Through Experience: Using leadership and peer shadowing to improve culture and outcomes

Moderator: Sue Childress, MN, RN, OCN
Director of Nursing Services
Huntsman Cancer Hospital
University of Utah Health Care
Kelley Dillon, MA OD
Director, Physician Communication & Peer Support
Henry Ford Health System
Denise Venditti, DNP, MHA, RN, FACHE, NEA-BC
Vice President, Patient Experience
Geisinger Health System


CBD: Mapping the Landscape, Journeying Together: The Gold Foundation’s national model for translating humanism research into action

Moderator: Elizabeth Gaufberg, MD, MPH
Jean and Harvey Picker Director
Arnold P. Gold Foundation Research Institute
Associate Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School
Wei Wei Lee, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Assistant Dean of Students
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
Jennifer Tjia, MD, MSCE
Associate Professor of Quantitative Health Sciences and Medicine
University of Massachusetts Medical School

1:00 pm

Case-Based Discussions, Innovation Labs and Workshops

IL: Co-Designing for Compassion with Patients and Families

Dr. Jocelyn Cornwell
Chief Executive, The Point of Care Foundation
Visiting Professor, Department of Medicine, Imperial College
London, United Kingdom
Christina Gunther-Murphy
Executive Director, Person- and Family-Centered Care
Institute for Healthcare Improvement


Workshop: Search Inside Yourself: Practices for sustaining, integrating and deepening mindfulness [INT]

Marc Lesser, MBA
Author, “Less: Accomplish More by Doing Less”
Co-founder and CEO, Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute


CBD: Changing the Care Paradigm: Using technology to unleash the power of compassionate care

Moderator: Tania Elliott, MD, FAAAAI, FACAAI
Advisor
Doctor on Demand
Timothy Bickmore, PhD
Professor
College of Computer and Information Science
Northeastern University
Lisa B. Levine, MD, MBA
Chief Medical Officer
The MAVEN Project


CBD: Prioritizing Workforce Well-being: Implementing top-down and bottom-up strategies in a teaching hospital setting

Moderator: Anu Ashok
Assistant Vice President, Graduate Medical Education and Physician Workforce Policy
Greater New York Hospital Association
Fouad Atallah, MD
Director of Patient Safety
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Maimonides Medical Center
Melissa C. Banner, RN, MSN, OCN
Nurse Manager
Huntsman Cancer Hospital
University of Utah Health Care
Jane Muir, RN, BSN
University of Virginia School of Nursing

2:30 pm

Reflections and Opportunities from Compassion in Action
Becca Hawkins, MSN, ANP
Director, Compassionate Care
Providence St. Joseph Health
Beth A. Lown, MD
Medical Director
The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare
Associate Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Mark Rosenberg, MD, FACP
Director, Compassionate Care
Providence St. Joseph Health
Juliette Schlucter
Director, Center for Child & Family Centered Care Experience
Sala Institute for Child & Family Centered Care
Hassenfeld Childern’s Hospital of New York at NYU Langone
Andrew Shin, JD, MPH
Senior Director, Policy & Strategic Partnerships
The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare

3:00 pm

Active Collaboration Learning Sessions

The final breakout sessions for Compassion in Action feature opportunities to work collaboratively with colleagues and presenters to develop solutions, frameworks and specific call-to-action(s) that participants can take back to their home organizations and communities.


World Café – collaboratively addressing Compassion in Action, participant-named challenges – Session A

World Café – collaboratively addressing Compassion in Action, participant-named challenges – Session B
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