Academic Membership: Supporting the Development of Future Healthcare Leaders
Academic Membership with The Beryl Institute
supports the expansion of patient experience
educational opportunities for students and
faculty and provides a network for those
committed to expanding research and evidence
on patient experience. Access to the community
and its resources provides an avenue to learn
from and share views and ideas that will shape
the future of patient experience and healthcare.
Academic Membership allows any institution that offers a healthcare related degree program to provide membership access to currently enrolled students and faculty. The annual membership fee of $1,000, subsidized by the Institute, reflects our commitment to expanding interdisciplinary education, knowledge and connection as we prepare the future leaders in healthcare.
MEMBERSHIP PROVIDES ACESS TO:
Patient experience publications such as white papers and research reports, to support individuals in all stages of the patient experience journey.
A dynamic space for members to convene, engage and contribute to elevating, expanding and enriching the global dialogue on improving the patient experience.
Offerings that shape the evolving field of patient experience and provide students with an understanding of the industry to broaden their education and future career development.
Events that bring together healthcare leaders, staff, physicians, students, patients and families, allowing students to learn and network with future colleagues.
Click here to download the Academic Membership Overview.
Contact Michelle Garrison, CPXP, Senior Director, Membership, at 866-488-2379 X700 or
firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about Academic Membership.
The Beryl Institute is a global community that builds the capacity of organizations to elevate the human experience in healthcare and develops individuals who impact experience excellence. We define patient experience as the sum of all interactions, shaped by an organization's culture, that influence patient perceptions across the continuum of care.