September 15, 2021 - 12:30 pm
From: Turning Point
Compassion in healthcare: Are we on track or is there more that can be done?
Presented by Dr Debbie Ling
What does the current evidence tell us about the state of compassion in healthcare? Are we in the midst of a compassion crisis in Australia?
This presentation explores the latest compassion research, barriers and facilitators to compassion and key factors that impact on compassionate health service delivery.
There will be a consideration of how to sustain and strengthen compassion in healthcare incorporating both bottom up and top down approaches.
This presentation will be useful for anyone working in healthcare, patients and consumers of the service and those in leadership and policy positions.
Dr Debbie Ling: Debbie is a Lecturer in the Department of Social Work, Monash University and a Research Fellow in the Epworth Monash Rehabilitation Medicine Unit. Her research area is compassion and common humanity. Debbie developed a compassion training intervention for healthcare workers which has attracted interest from around the world. She has delivered compassion training to hundreds of workers around Australia.
Debbie sits on the Australian Compassion Council, Charter for Compassion Australia and the Australia21 Mindful Futures Network Advisory Group. Debbie is also an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker in private practice and a senior clinician social worker at Epworth HealthCare.
Date: Wednesday 15th September 2021
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm AEST
Cost: Free – Talking Point is a free seminar series but registrations are essential
Register: Click here to register – there is no cost to attend but registrations are essential