Tools for Health Professionals to Cultivate Compassion
“This video series would enlighten not only physicians and nurses, but has a place as a cornerstone of education for the entire multi-disciplinary team.”
P.J. Woods, PhD, MBA, RN Assistant Professor,
University of New Mexico College of Nursing
The Cultivating Compassion series gives leaders a powerful tool to build a culture of compassion and well-being. When combined, our three DVD-based training programs become a transformational course that produces lasting behavioral change in the way people interact with one another. The result is a culture of compassion in which staff and patients thrive. Here is a course that builds the skills that consistently produce the experience of compassion, even under difficult circumstances, while sustaining the caregiver’s capacity to care year after year.
Benefits your organization can expect from the Cultivating Compassion series:
→ Improved patient satisfaction scores
→ Better staff performance and job satisfaction
→ Marked improvement in staff morale and teamwork
→ Reduced turnover and the retention of your best people
→ Improved patient safety
→ Rapid service recovery when things go wrong
→ Conservation of organizational resources
→ Less absenteeism
→ Reduced risk of litigation
→ Better word-of-mouth about your organization
For the instructor:
→ Starting a crucial conversation in a non-threatening way.
→ Your team will remember that you care about them, professionally and personally.
→ Inspire and make a lasting difference in the quality of life for those you work with or teach, as well as those they serve.
The Medicine of Compassion
Core Skills for the Human Side of Health Care.
Four foundational principles for treating patients with compassion.
Compassion in Action
Being Effective in Emotionally Difficult Conversations.
How to treat patients with compassion under difficult circumstances.
Oxygen for Caregivers
Guarding Against Burnout, Sustaining Compassion.
The practices and perspectives that experienced professionals use to safeguard their quality of life and capacity to care to treat patients with compassion under difficult circumstances.
New! Also Available as Browser-based Course.