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Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine

The Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine at the University of Notre Dame advances the scientific theory and practice of compassionate care in medicine and promotes effective communication skills in physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals. Your donations directly help with funding our innovative undergraduate training in compassionate caring and clinical communication skills supporting the use of standardized patient actors in our courses, guest speakers, and cutting-edge training opportunities. It also supports our research studies on compassion in medicine as well as collaborative efforts in which we are engaged locally and nationally.

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The LIVE Notre Dame Day broadcast will kick-off at 18:42 pm ET (6:42 pm ET) on April 24 at NOTREDAMEDAY.ND.EDU. The 29-hour broadcast will showcase Notre Dame stories from around the world, as well as live interviews, special musical performances, remotes, in-studio performances and surprise celebrity guests. Please spread the word and help us earn votes! Follow the celebration on social media with #NDday.

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We have the unique opportunity to earn a portion of a $1 Million! Make a $10 gift on Notre Dame Day (April 24 – 25), and receive 5 votes to cast. The total number of votes we receive decides our percentage of the $1 Million. Please vote for us!

Why are donations necessary?

The Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine advances the scientific theory and practice of compassionate care in medicine and promotes effective communication skills in physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals. Your donations directly help with funding our innovative undergraduate training in compassionate caring and clinical communication skills supporting the use of standardized patient actors in our courses, guest speakers, and cutting-edge training opportunities. It also supports our research studies on compassion in medicine as well as collaborative efforts in which we are engaged locally and nationally.