October 9, 2015
The 2015 Annual AAMC Meeting will take place Friday, November 6th-Wednesday, November 11th in Baltimore, Maryland. The Gold Foundation is proud to play a role in this year’s programming. We hope you can join us for the following events:
AAMC Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award Recognition and Luncheon
Friday, November 6th, 11:30 AM, Hilton Baltimore, Key 5-6
The event will congratulate Elisabeth Wilson, MD, MPH, of University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine the recipient of this year’s Humanism in Medicine Award.
Thought Leader Session: Jordan J. Cohen Humanism in Medicine Lecture
Without Compassion There is No Healthcare: The AMS Phoenix Project – A Call to Caring, by speaker Brian D. Hodges, MEd, PhD, MD
Sunday, November 8th, 1:15 PM, Center Ballroom II
Dr. Brian D. Hodges is the Professor in the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Education at the University of Toronto, the Richard and Elizabeth Currie Chair in Health Professions Education Research at the Wilson Centre for Research in Education and Vice President Education at the University Health Network. He leads the AMS Phoenix Project, a 5-year initiative to rebalance compassion with the technical aspects of healthcare.
Seeing Patients as People: The Gold Foundation’s “Tell Me More” Program
Tuesday, November 10th, 1:00 PM, Hilton-Holiday 4
Patients, families, and healthcare providers voice deep dismay regarding depersonalization in medical interactions today. The Gold Foundation’s “Tell Me More” program is a simple, inexpensive, and easily implemented program that can be introduced into a wide variety of patient care settings. Come learn how “Tell Me More” has enhanced patient and healthcare provider communication and satisfaction, and about our collaboration with GetWellNetwork to evaluate and expand this program.
Emerging Solutions: Advancing Compassionate, Collaborative Care – “The Triple C”
Wednesday, November 11th, 3:15 PM, Center 349-350
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation and the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare will conduct a workshop entitled “Partnering with Patients, Families and Interprofessional Colleagues to Advance Compassionate, Collaborative Care.” Compassion among clinicians, patients and families is crucial for effective collaboration. To address the need for compassionate, collaborative care (“The Triple C”), The Gold Foundation and Schwartz Center developed The Triple C Competency Framework. During the AAMC workshop, participants will share stories of compassionate, collaborative care, and learn the Triple C Competency Framework and how it maps to AAMC’s Entrustable Professional Activities, to ultimately integrate the Triple C Framework into our healthcare system and health professional education by infusing compassion into how providers-in-training are educated together and practice together to meet the needs of patients and families.