PLEASE NOTE: This collaborative is now fully booked. However, if you are interested in being considered for future collaboratives of this kind, please get in touch with Bev Fitzsimons.
Are you a doctoral student or post-doctoral researcher intending to use - or currently using - Experience Based Co-Design?
This seminar will provide an opportunity to share your own project with your peers and learn about other planned, ongoing and completed studies. All participants should come prepared to discuss their own study.
We are pleased to invite applications for the fourth cohort of our Foundations in Patient Experience course, beginning on the 23rd March 2020. The course is for people working in patient experience, quality improvement, patient safety and PALS.
Whether you are a facilitator, administrator, clinical lead, steering group member or just a regular attender at Rounds in your organisation, we welcome you to join us for a day of networking, peer learning and celebration of all things Schwartz.
This one-day workshop, led by expert trainers, teaches participants how to use the Experience Based Co-Design (EBCD) method to improve the delivery of their service and make it more responsive to patients' wishes. Participants will gain a theoretical overview of the co-design method and practical instruction to enable them to lead a project of their own.
We are pleased to invite applications for the fourth cohort of our Foundations in Patient Experience course, beginning on the 16th June 2020. The course is for people working in patient experience, quality improvement, patient safety and PALS.
In this four-day course, we work with Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) to teach and support staff to build more equal relationships with patients and the public, and in doing so to deliver change and improve experiences of care.
In this three-day course, we work with NICU teams to teach and support staff to build more equal relationships with NICU families, and in doing so deliver change and improve experiences of care. We provide practical training in this new way of working and alongside this, support the implementation of Schwartz Rounds for NICU teams.
A number of organisations told us that they wanted to take part in our Sweeney collaborative on children and families with Alder Hey but did not know about it in time, so we have decided to run a further collaborative on the same theme in London, to begin in Autumn 2020.
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