Presentation on theme: "Dr Sethuraman V, Final Year M.D. in DVL, RMMC, AU Ms. Sridevi V, Final Year in M.B.B.S., RMMC, AU."— Presentation transcript:
Dr Sethuraman V, Final Year M.D. in DVL, RMMC, AU Ms. Sridevi V, Final Year in M.B.B.S., RMMC, AU
Compassion is the most important aspects of good healthcare. Compassion means simply kindness. It means patience, generosity, respect and understanding it is unconditioned love.
Compassion is evident when a person acts with generosity and mercy towards someone who is experiencing misfortune
Compassion is not an emotion. It is an attitude based in clarity, understanding and inner power acquired through introspection.
Compassion develops while we participate in projects of social and spiritual service to the community
A doctor is to respect the humanness of each patient. They are not your experimental laboratories, they are not marks to push your products on, they are not intentionally being difficult or any of those other petty little things we all think at one time or another. Thus, they shouldn’t be treated as such. They should be always and everywhere treated in exactly the same manner as you would have yourself treated, with respect, openness – and yes, even a kind of love.
Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of God's kindness: kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile.
Basic self-cultivation practices will certainly help. Meditation helps our minds to quiet and this in turn will help us to notice when our thoughts turn to less.
Forgiveness: Is the means of releasing of guilt that can prevent an individual expressing their true, peaceful.
Walking into happiness: Happiness is not just an idea in our minds but is a feeling in our body. Certainly when feeling completely happy there is no room to have negative attitudes and these need to be released or let go.
Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive