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The Kindness Coalition

Promoting Interdepartmental and Interprofessional Kindness in Healthcare


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About

The Kindness Coalition (TKC) aims to create a system that encourages, supports, and identifies acts of kindness between healthcare workers, creating a more inclusive, collaborative environment that improves staff wellness and patient care.


๐Ÿ“ Stanford, CA

๐Ÿšฉ Founded: 2022

๐Ÿ‘ฅ Team: 2

๐ŸŒŽ Website: TBD

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Founders



Prerak Juthani MD, MBA

Prerak is a bay area native and completed his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley, where he double-majored in Molecular Biology and Public Health. He then went on to Yale where he was able to bridge his love of medicine and entrepreneurship by completing the joint MD-MBA program. Prerakโ€™s first stint in entrepreneurship was when he created an organic chemistry board game called REACT! (reactgame.com) before starting medical school. From there, he then also created a YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/@PrerakJuthani) to increase the transparency of what itโ€™s like to be a medical student. Currently, Prerak is a PGY-1 in Internal Medicine at Stanford and cofounder of The Kindness Coalition. Heโ€™s excited to get a chance to be on the front lines and work to positively impact the culture of healthcare!



Amity Eliaz MD, MS

Amity completed her MD and MS in Global Health at UCSF. During her training, she worked with the UCSF Pandemic Initiative for Equity and Action (UPIEA) to improve access to care and address health disparities through public health outreach and research. She is also trained in Health Professions Education, and collaborated with local and international educators to develop educational modules in interprofessional HIV and COVID-19 care for learners across sub-Saharan Africa. Amity is currently a PGY-1 in Internal Medicine at Stanford Health Care and cofounder of The Kindness Coalition. She is passionate about building an inclusive, collaborative culture in healthcare, improving access to high-quality care, and advancing health equity.



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