The story
Creating Context
“He who knows
his ‘why’ can
bear any how”
- Nietzsche
Why
The Golden Circle
Why - How - What
What if you were a patient??
The science of Compassion
Compassie
‘Compassie is het vermogen
om vanuit medemenselijkheid
met aandacht, inzicht en
daadkracht het lijden van
patien...
Karen Armstrong
Charter for Compassion
Een gevoelscomponent
(de affectieve-emotionele
component: aandacht,
bezorgdheid)
Een cognitieve
component
( focus, inzicht...
The	
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  compassion:	
  wat	
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Sociologie
Neuro
sociologie

Gen
onderzoek

Quantum
Fysica

Psychologie
Neuroscience
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Economie
Altruisme

Governance
Man...
"Een mens is een deel van een geheel, door ons 'universum‘
genoemd, een deel beperkt door tijd en ruimte. Hij ervaart zich...
wisdom and c
ompassion
The	
  science	
  of	
  compassion:	
  two	
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Lichaamsfuncties

Dagelijks
functioneren

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

Mentaal welbevinden
start
1 maand
2 maand
3 maand

Soci-...
Compassionate
decision making
Can we use concepts such
as these in the current
healthcare system?
Nurture

Nature
Steve Cole en Richard Davidson

Can compassion
training impact
our genes?
De barmhartige samaritaan
Tagcloud Compassie en Gezondheidszorg

The	
  science	
  of	
  compassion:	
  sociologie	
  
William	
  James,	
  1890,	
  	
  
Principles	
  of	
  Psychology
Mindfulness
Mindfulness
Metta
Tong len
‘The Artist is Present’ 
Marina Abramovic, MOMA, New York
!

The art of being present and giving
someone your attention.
fMRI met
ervaren
proefpersonen
The	
  science	
  of	
  compassion:	
  neuroscience
Spiegelneuronen?
P.	
  Gilbert	
  2008:	
  The	
  Compassionate	
  Mind
‘Zelfcompassie heeft veel voorspellende
waarde voor geluk en welzijn en is
stabieler dan zelfwaardering.’ 
- Kirstin Neff....
Dr. Robin Younson: Time to Care
Is veiliger
Is efficiënter en effectiever
Betere behandelresultaten
Bespaart tijd
Verminde...
Resources
Overview	
  of	
  scientific	
  research
http://ccare.stanford.edu/research
!

Books	
  	
  
Time to Care; Robin...
Methodologies we use to train in our sessions
Mindfulness, metta meditatie, tong len
Personal story, what is your why?
Why...
How are things so far?
testing the waters before the break … thermometer

So far?
Lunch
Mindfulness
Appreciative Inquiry
and its application
Looking past the problem
the steps…
What we already have
The stories
www.compassionforcare.com
info@compassionforcare.com

@compassion4care
#compassion4care
facebook.com/compassionforcare
Peter Vermeiren

Peter@compassionforcare.com
Twitter: @PJVermeiren
Linkedin: Peter Vermeiren

Salmaan Sana

Salmaan@compas...
Bringing Compassion into Healthcare Education: A guiding workshop with teachings and methodologies for the Julius Center i...
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Bringing Compassion into Healthcare Education: A guiding workshop with teachings and methodologies for the Julius Center in Utrecht

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This workshop was held on the 19th of December 2013, prepared and delivered by Peter Vermeiren and myself for the educators of the Julius Center for the exploration and implementation of Compassion within Pharmacotherapy. (Apologies for the confusing mix of Dutch and English)

Our goal was to give information and insight on Compassion, exploring its definition and share existing knowledge, science and exercises. In the afternoon we facilitated a brainstorm and strategy session, using appreciative inquiry, on how compassion can have a more substantial role within the curriculum and in which form it would take place.

Within this slide deck we have added youtube video's of concepts and methodologies that we take inspiration from. During the workshop we shortly explained it however for those interested you can find the entire videos within the slides. These include people with whom we work with and concepts we believe embody the work we do within Compassion for Care.

This includes:
- Simon Sinek: His infamous TED talk about "Starting with Why" and actually how to inspire others to action using the golden circle (Why - How - What)
- Andy Bradley: Closing the Compassion Gap: We use an exercise asking our participants which attributes they would wish to see in their care - taker and this was taken from inspiration from Andy Bradley.
- Karen Armstrong: Her winning the TED Prize, sharing the concept of the Charter for Compassion and the video with the Charter
- Thupten Chimpa: Someone who worked very closely with the Dalai Lama sharing the "science" behind compassion.
- Richard Davidson: A very rich presentation on much of the research that has taken plan and is being done on Compassion and meditation.
- Marina Abramović: The beautiful art of 'really' being present and how she responds to the surprise of someone she loved dearly coming to visit her at her exposition.
- Chade-Meng Tan: Sharing his insights on his book "Search Inside Yourself" and how Google too is working towards a more compassionate manner of working.
- Paul Gilbert: Sharing his findings and his model on the 'Caring-Compasionate mind'. We use this to bridge between attributes of a healthcare professional and that of the ones we would wish to have when we are in need of one.
- Kirsten Neff: On the The Space Between Self-Esteem and Self Compassion with an exercise that one can do.
- Dr Robin Youngson: and a beautiful description of his work and book "Time to Care". Its a manual for healthcare workers on how to work compassionately.
- A video demonstration of the concept of Appreciative Inquiry
- A video clip from Patch Adams about looking past the way we see current problems
- The TED talk that launched Compassion for Care where we were given the stage at TEDxMaastricht in 2011.

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Bringing Compassion into Healthcare Education: A guiding workshop with teachings and methodologies for the Julius Center in Utrecht

  1. 1. The story
  2. 2. Creating Context
  3. 3. “He who knows his ‘why’ can bear any how” - Nietzsche
  4. 4. Why
  5. 5. The Golden Circle Why - How - What
  6. 6. What if you were a patient??
  7. 7. The science of Compassion
  8. 8. Compassie ‘Compassie is het vermogen om vanuit medemenselijkheid met aandacht, inzicht en daadkracht het lijden van patienten te kunnen zien, invoelend begrijpen en zo mogelijk verlichten.’
  9. 9. Karen Armstrong Charter for Compassion
  10. 10. Een gevoelscomponent (de affectieve-emotionele component: aandacht, bezorgdheid) Een cognitieve component ( focus, inzicht, begrip) Een motivatiecomponent (doelgericht, handelend) Geshe Thupten Jinpa
  11. 11. The  science  of  compassion:  wat  is  het  niet?
  12. 12. Sociologie Neuro sociologie Gen onderzoek Quantum Fysica Psychologie Neuroscience ! Economie Altruisme Governance Management Bevlogenheid The  science  of  compassion:  het  veld  van  onderzoek Welzijn, geluk, Gezondheid Positieve psychologie Contemplatieve ‘wetenschap’ en filosofie
  13. 13. "Een mens is een deel van een geheel, door ons 'universum‘ genoemd, een deel beperkt door tijd en ruimte. Hij ervaart zichzelf, zijn gedachten en gevoelens als iets dat gescheiden is van de rest ... een optisch bedrog van zijn bewustzijn. Dit waanidee is een soort van gevangenis voor ons, het beperkt ons tot onze persoonlijke verlangens en tot affectie voor een paar mensen dicht bij ons. Onze taak moet zijn om ons uit deze gevangenis te bevrijden door verbreding van onze kring van compassie voor alle levende wezens en de volledige natuur in haar schoonheid. " - Albert Einstein
  14. 14. wisdom and c ompassion The  science  of  compassion:  two  wings  
  15. 15. Lichaamsfuncties Dagelijks functioneren 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Mentaal welbevinden start 1 maand 2 maand 3 maand Soci-maatsch. Participeren Spirituele dimensie Kwaliteit van leven Gezondheid als adaptief vermogen en zelf te sturen
  16. 16. Compassionate decision making Can we use concepts such as these in the current healthcare system?
  17. 17. Nurture Nature
  18. 18. Steve Cole en Richard Davidson Can compassion training impact our genes?
  19. 19. De barmhartige samaritaan
  20. 20. Tagcloud Compassie en Gezondheidszorg The  science  of  compassion:  sociologie  
  21. 21. William  James,  1890,     Principles  of  Psychology
  22. 22. Mindfulness Mindfulness Metta Tong len
  23. 23. ‘The Artist is Present’ Marina Abramovic, MOMA, New York ! The art of being present and giving someone your attention.
  24. 24. fMRI met ervaren proefpersonen
  25. 25. The  science  of  compassion:  neuroscience
  26. 26. Spiegelneuronen?
  27. 27. P.  Gilbert  2008:  The  Compassionate  Mind
  28. 28. ‘Zelfcompassie heeft veel voorspellende waarde voor geluk en welzijn en is stabieler dan zelfwaardering.’ - Kirstin Neff. Selfkindness- selfjudgement Common humanity- isolation Mindfulness- overidentification Test je zelfcompassie: www.selfcompassion.org
  29. 29. Dr. Robin Younson: Time to Care Is veiliger Is efficiënter en effectiever Betere behandelresultaten Bespaart tijd Verminderd de zorgvraag Betekenisvoller werken Kost minder
  30. 30. Resources Overview  of  scientific  research http://ccare.stanford.edu/research ! Books     Time to Care; Robin Youngson The Compassionate Mind, Paul Gilbert Disturbing Emotions, Seligman Positive Psychology, Compassievol leven, E. v.d. Brink en F. Koster Search inside Yourself (Google), Chade Meng-Tan ! Websites www.compassionforcare.com www.heartsinhealthcare.com www.self-compassion.org www.ccare.stanford.eu
  31. 31. Methodologies we use to train in our sessions Mindfulness, metta meditatie, tong len Personal story, what is your why? Why, how, what - Simon Sinek Theory and evidence based science Different forms of contemplation Sharing of experiences and facilitated discussion Appreciative inquiry Heart coherence Art forms such poetry and drawing ‘We stand for compassion’ Self compassion exercises Letter to yourself Exercises in gratefulness ! and many more.. these are a few of the examples
  32. 32. How are things so far? testing the waters before the break … thermometer So far?
  33. 33. Lunch
  34. 34. Mindfulness
  35. 35. Appreciative Inquiry and its application
  36. 36. Looking past the problem
  37. 37. the steps…
  38. 38. What we already have
  39. 39. The stories
  40. 40. www.compassionforcare.com info@compassionforcare.com @compassion4care #compassion4care facebook.com/compassionforcare
  41. 41. Peter Vermeiren Peter@compassionforcare.com Twitter: @PJVermeiren Linkedin: Peter Vermeiren Salmaan Sana Salmaan@compassionforcare.com Twitter: @salmaansana Linkedin: Salmaan Sana

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