February 10th, 2020 - February 14th, 2020
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
The national Gold Humanism Honor Society office established National Solidarity Day for Compassionate Care in 2011 to highlight the nation-wide movement promoting provider-patient relationships based on caring, personalization, and mutual respect. Since 2016, many GHHS chapters around the country celebrated a week of events instead of just one day.
This year, the 2020 JABSOM GHHS chapter would like to invite you to our own slate of Solidarity Week events that will span from February 10th to 14th, 2020. This is a unifying email where you will find the schedule for the whole week but you will also receive specific emails regarding each event with more specific information.
Monday, Feb. 10:
-GHHS Annual Essay Contest: Explore your thoughts and feelings on the impact that empathy and a humanistic approach to medicine has on the physician-to-patient relationship. Submissions are due on Monday 2/10 to email@example.com and winners will be announced on Friday 2/14.
-Underserved and Rural Health Care Panel at 5:00pm in MEB 301: Join us for a panel of physicians from Maui and O’ahu who will be sharing their personal experiences regarding the day-to-day rewards and challenges of practicing in rural and underserved healthcare settings. Dinner provided from Gina’s Korean BBQ.
RSVP for the Underserved and Rural Healthcare Panel
Wednesday, Feb. 12:
-Compassionate Care Rounds: Join us for a student-led discussion, inspired by Schwartz Rounds, on the emotional and social issues surrounding compassionate and patient-centered care. We are excited to share and learn from your experiences. Dinner provided from EARL Sandwiches.
RSVP for the Compassionate Care Rounds
-Tell Me More Campaign at various hospitals: An opportunity for patients to share who they are outside of the hospital by decorating their rooms with “tell me more” forms to be seen by their healthcare team.
All Week Long in the MEB Lobby:
-Hate Has No Place Here: Join us in taking a pledge at our photobooth to make JABSOM a place of inclusivity and compassion regardless of race, socioeconomic status, sexual identity, disease state, language, religion.
-Thank a Vet Initiative: Check out our lobby poster and pledge to always ask about patients’ military experience in each new encounter and simply thank them for their service.
-HOME Project Donation: Please consider contributing to our donation bin in the lobby to collect necessities for our houseless neighbors. Look out for a most needed items wish list!
Events are made possible by the partnership and generous donation from the Noguchi Medical Research Institute.