oxford empathy previous events

Previous events

04 November 2019 'International Colloquium'

* This colloquium had over 100 attendees, including Jodi Halpern and Stewart Mercer
* The aim was to explore innovative ways to embed enhanced empathy within healthcare
* It was done in partnership with the Royal Society of Medicine (https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/open/2019-20/onn01/)

21 May 2018 'Introducing the Hard Science of Self Healing' Balens Continuing Professional Development Conference, Birmingham, UK (http://www.balens.co.uk/cpd.aspx)

17 May 2018 'Placebos, empathy, and expectations: how these change your patients minds and bodies' Psychologists in the Pub, London UK..
28 April 2018. 'Why every healthcare consultation needs a dose of empathy' Stanford Medicine X.

27 April 2018. One Day Workshop at Stanford Medicine X: 'Mine your placebo potential, unleash empathy, and meet the power of Doctor You'.

28 March 2018 The Oxford Empathy Programme co-sponsored a 1-day empathy training course. See here for more details.

13 March 2018 'The Ethics of Placebo Treatments' Health Psychology Seminars, King's College London (https://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/psychology/research/ResearchGroupings/...)

1 March 2018. 'Why every healthcare consultation needs a dose of empathy' Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford (https://talks.ox.ac.uk/talks/id/f25cef80-09c6-4800-bbdc-213776098691/)

26 January 2018. “Why every healthcare consultation needs a dose of empathy”. Grand rounds talk. University of British Columbia, Canada (http://www.msl.ubc.ca/events/spph-grand-rounds-dr-eva-oberle)

 

Official Launch of the Oxford Empathy Programme
25 October 2016. Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.

2016 Inaugural National Empathy Colloquium
25/26 October Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.
The aim of this event is to start a discussion about how promoting a culture of empathy might improve patient, practitioner, and staff health and well being. We will publish a report of what happened at the event in November 2016.

International Colloquium 24 October 2017 

  • This colloquium had over 50 attendees, including Sir Muir Gray and Professor Jeffrey Aronson
  • What kind of empathy is beneficial to patients and practitioners? 
  • Through group discussions, plenary sessions and poster presentations, we will explore this and other contemporary issues in empathy, with a view to collating our findings and publishing a report on our colloquium.
    international empathy colloquium
  • This colloquium had over 50 attendees, including Sir Muir Gray, Professor Jeffrey Aronson, and
  •  What kind of empathy is beneficial to patients and practitioners?
  • Through group discussions, plenary sessions and poster presentations, we will explore this and other contemporary issues in empathy, with a view to collating our findings and publishing a report on our colloquiu