Dr. Soares will be sharing an overview of new Phase 3 Elective: Compassion, Resilience and Emotional Awareness Training for Healthcare Professionals.
The purpose of this lecture is to discuss the CREATE curriculum and its relevance in medical education. The presentation will include a brief overview of the three evidence-based programs that constituted the formation of the CREATE curriculum, and the latest scientific literature on resilience and well-being that is integrated into the curriculum. Participants will identify the skills to develop and promote compassion and well-being. The presentation will include some students’ reflections on the relevance of the CREATE curriculum in their medical education
- Identify the role and impact of compassion training in medical education and healthcare.
- Describe the skills which can be developed to promote compassion and well-being
- Explain the 4 components of well-being and the 4 intelligences
- Discuss how self-compassion can promote resilience and well-being
CME is available for this event.
The goal of the Medical Education Grand Round Series is to promote and share current scholarship related to teaching practices, improve faculty and clinician teaching skills and provide a forum for teaching faculty to share their results from medical education research.