Team roles & Responsibilities

Empathy Programme Organogram

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TEAM: 

Jeremy Howick

JEREMY HOWICK

Jeremy’s roles include the overall direction, research, public engagement, communication, teaching, and delivering empathy training (with Sian Rees)

Key areas of expertise / roles

  • Systematic reviews related to empathy (also co-applicant on a grant to develop and trial empathy training for GPs)
  • Communication to non-academic audiences
  • International outreach for Empathy Programme (Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Berkeley Happiness Project, etc.)
  • Philosophy of empathy (ethics of therapeutic communication, conceptual analysis)
  • Training and development – have developed (with Sian) an empathy training course. Am in discussions with ContEd to deliver there (among other places.)

Interests

  • How to (re) establish empathy into the heart of healthcare.
  • Analyzing the economic benefits of empathic healthcare systems
  • Would like to spin out a company, Empatiq, Inc. Have started the process.
  • Developing and expanding empathy training that is co-produced by lay people and professionals

Other

  • rolesAssist with social media and dissemination, organising conferences, etc.
 

 

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    SIAN REES

Sian’s roles include the overall direction, engagement with policy, communication, teaching, and delivering empathy training (with Jeremy Howick)

Key areas of expertise / roles

  • Policy
  • Public health
  • Healthcare management
  • Training and development – currently medical student teaching at GTC and broader training within the south of England on coproduction
  • Developing broad networks within and outside health
  • Health of healthcare practitioners

Interests

  • The relationships between practitioner health and wellbeing, patient outcomes and empathy
  • Developing the concept of the empathic organisation
  • The interface between health and the environment and with humanities and the arts
  • Developing and expanding empathy training that is co-produced by lay people and professionals

Other roles

  • Assist with social media and dissemination, organizing conferences, etc.

 

Hajira Dambha-Miller

HAJIRA DAMBHA-MILLER

Hajira’s roles include engagement with general practice, policy, and teaching

Key areas of expertise / roles

  • Practising GP
  • Clinical tutor and educational supervisor to GP trainees and medical students
  • Dissemination of research into clinical practice
  • Editorial Board, British Journal of General Practice
  • Research experience in systematic reviews and observational studies in primary care.

Interests

  • Quantifying observational associations between empathy and human aspects of healthcare, in relation to clinical outcomes
  • Examining the economic impact of empathy and the broader aspects of human interaction within primary care consultation he
  • Understanding the mechanisms that underpin associations between empathy and clinical outcomes in chronic disease
  • Promoting training and development of empathy and patient-centred care in medical schools and lifelong professional development

 

 

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