Maintaining humanity in healthcare is more important than ever as we face down the Covid-19 pandemic. We stand with all health and care workers responding to this crisis.
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.
Began January 2020, concludes early 2021
Sweeney collaborative: children and families (FULLY BOOKED)
In partnership with Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, we are working with teams from NHS organisations to equip them with skills and support to carry out patient-centred service design. Please note that some parts of this programme have been postponed until early 2021.
Final session in our four-part #EBCD course happening this afternoon. Want to learn patient-centred service design techniques? Our next course start Jan 2021 and is open to clinical and non-clinical staff, as well as those working in research. #codesign https://t.co/0xJrGFN4Zd— Point of Care Fdn (@PointofCareFdn) November 25, 2020
Preparations underway for the first session of our #patientexperience course next Weds. Not too late to sign up!— Point of Care Fdn (@PointofCareFdn) November 25, 2020
We'll support you in a real-life project, advancing your organisation's priorities in #ptexp strategy, or in #engagement and #involvement.https://t.co/S5A7rxSetS
'The power of story-telling' - our Programmes Coordinator @mundyi writes about two evaluations of the first phase of our #TeamTime initiative to support healthcare workers during the #COVID19 pandemic: https://t.co/QzQ8DXwCU9 #staffsupport #StaffWellbeing— Point of Care Fdn (@PointofCareFdn) November 24, 2020