15 June 2021
Are we all in this together?
Our Programmes Manager, Farhana Nargis, looks at diversity and inclusion in healthcare and the unique role that Schwartz Rounds can play in giving a voice to people who are often not heard.
02 June 2021
Humanising obstetric care in operating theatres
Around four out of ten pregnant women in the UK give birth in the operating theatre. Few are prepared for delivery in this forbidding, high tech environment and the experience can be traumatic. This article, originally published by the BMJ, describes 'New Beginnings', a co-designed initiative to humanise obstetric care in operating theatres.
06 May 2021
Imagine a humanised healthcare system…
As we launch our 'Humanising Healthcare' podcast series, Bev Fitzsimons considers what an idealised human healthcare system would look like
29 April 2021
How Covid increased work-related stress in the NHS
Julian Groves reflects on the impact of the pandemic on work-related stress in the NHS.
04 March 2021
Schwartz Rounds for students
On University Mental Health Day, Ali Smith-Johns from the School of Health Sciences, University of Surrey, talks to us about her experience of running Schwartz Rounds for healthcare students.
01 March 2021
The costs of caring
Kirsten McEwan of the University of Derby reflects on what she learned from evaluating Schwartz Rounds in a mental health setting.
08 January 2021
Reflections on 15 years of the Point of Care
Our Founder and former CEO, Jocelyn Cornwell, writes about her journey as leader of the Point of Care Foundation.
08 January 2021
The achievements of Jocelyn Cornwell in improving patient experience
Richard Smith, Bev Fitzsimons and Sir Robert Francis reflect on the impact of our founder, Jocelyn Cornwell, on the creation and development of the Point of Care Foundation.
03 December 2020
Stories of loss during Covid
Bev Fitzsimons reflects on the stories heard by the Point of Care Foundation team during the Covid-19 crisis.
24 November 2020
The power of storytelling through the pandemic
Our Programmes Coordinator Isabelle Mundy writes about two evaluations of the first phase of our Team Time initiative to support healthcare workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.