“Patient-Centered Care: Working Together in an Interprofessional World” National Academies of Practice Conference on 14 – 16th September 2012 – Cleveland, OH, USA
The International Charter was presented in an invited Symposium, “The Human Dimensions of Care-Where Have We Been? Where are We Going?”, which was led by members of the International Collaborative for Communication in Healthcare.
Symposium participants—an energized, enthusiastic standing-room-only crowd that included a diverse interprofessional international participants representing a wide variety of healthcare professions—discussed the Charter, identified core values, and prioritized the values they considered most important for all healthcare interactions.
The Human Dimensions of Care: Where have we been? Where are we going?
Communication in Human and Veterinary Medicine: Where have we been? Where are we going?
- Suzanne Kurtz, PhD, Washington State University, USA and University of Calgary, Canada
Restoring Core Values in Healthcare: The Development of an International Charter
- Elizabeth A. Rider, MSW, MD, Harvard Medical School, USA
Where We Are Headed in Medical Humanism?
- William T. Branch, Jr., MD, Emory University School of Medicine, USA
Communicating in Emergency Departments: The Australian and Hong Kong Contexts
- Diana Slade, PhD, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia and Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Jack Pun Kwok Hung, BSc (Hons), MA – Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
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