We are working to radically improve the way people are cared for and to support the staff who deliver care
Making healthcare more human
Our Sweeney programme uses methodologies including Experience-Based Co-Design and Patient and Family-Centred Care to deliver improvements in care quality.
We provide training and ongoing support for Schwartz Rounds in the UK and Ireland - reducing psychological distress in healthcare workers.
Our programmes are running in over 200 hospitals, hospices and other organisations across the UK and Ireland.
Evidence and Resources
We collate and synthesise the best evidence and resources for policy makers, managers and frontline staff.
17 October 2018
Sweeney programme collaborative: Improving the experience of patients at the end of life and their families
We are now inviting applications to join a new collaborative programme on end-of-life care. We will work with six teams from NHS organisations to equip them with skills and support to carry out patient-centred service design. The teams will come together to learn these methods, teach and learn from each other.
'Patient experience officers can make a big difference to frontline improvement work. But they are an emerging professional group, in need of more formal recognition, training and support' observes @LLocock in her new blog: https://t.co/FOobSaBtUD #HOPEntwk— Point of Care Fdn (@PointofCareFdn) May 22, 2018