This is a new FREE online event for medical professionals, students, and administrators examining how mindfulness and compassion practices can help address the complex issues of chronic stress, emotional exhaustion, and systemic burnout. Participants will learn practical, evidence-based tools to support clinician well-being and improve patient care.
Speakers for this free event, May 23-27th, 2019, include leading experts and researchers in medicine and mindfulness, and high-level innovators on the frontlines of healthcare reform, including:
- Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD: Founder of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
- Zev Schuman-Olivier, MD: Executive Director and Research Director, CHA Center for Mindfulness and Compassion
- Susan Bauer-Wu, PhD, RN: President, Mind & Life Institute
- Congressman Tim Ryan: Mindfulness advocate, 2020 Presidential candidate
- Kristin Neff, PhD: Author, Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself
- Bobby Mukkamala, MD: Board member, Crim Fitness Foundation and American Medical Association
- Ron Epstein, MD: Author, Attending: Mindfulness, Medicine and Humanity
- And many others!
Sessions will be available to access for 48 hours after their initial airing, allowing you to watch when it’s most convenient for you. Watch just 1 talk or all 25+!
Continuing education credits and contact hours are also available as part of the optional “Resource Package,” an upgrade option which gives life-time downloadable access to the program and additional resources.
The Mindful Healthcare Summit will offer practical, evidence-based tools to help medical professionals learn to:
- Introduce mindfulness and compassion practices to steady the mind into relaxed readiness in the midst of daily high-stress work.
- Build sustainable, long-term resilience and work-life integration.
- Develop compassion in work and among teams to build cultures that promote camaraderie, clarity, and health.
- Address the roots of the burnout epidemic, and explore the very real, daily challenges that practitioners face working in healthcare.
- Understand the best practices and most common pitfalls to avoid when bringing mindfulness into healthcare settings.
- Case studies and interviews with the experts and administrators who are implementing these practices in hospitals and universities across the US –– including the cutting edge peer-reviewed research and case studies behind them.
Please notify any friends or colleagues who might benefit from this free resource!