12 November 2018
New course on Foundations in Patient Experience
Following the success of our Foundations in Patient Experience course, we will be running a new course in April 2019.
22 October 2018
New Sweeney collaborative in partnership with Alder Hey
We are launching a new Sweeney programme: Improving the experience of children and families. A joint collaborative in partnership with Alder Hey children's hospital.
12 September 2018
Our response to new guidance on reflective practice
We consider 'The Reflective Practitioner', issued to doctors and medical students by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, the UK Conference of Postgraduate Medical Deans, the General Medical Council and the Medical Schools Council.
12 September 2018
Bursary funding available for Foundations in Patient Experience course
New funding from NHS Improvement to support heads of patient experience
25 July 2018
Recruitment for the new cohort of Foundations in Patient Experience
Applications are now open for the new cohort of Foundations in Patient Experience
25 April 2018
Four new trustees join The Point of Care Foundation
We are pleased to announce the appointment of four new trustees to our board.
06 March 2018
New films show impact of EBCD project on staff, patients and volunteers
Three new short films highlight the impact of a project using Experience Based Co-Design at a hospital in Reading.
01 March 2018
Programme unveiled for ‘Making Healthcare More Human’ conference
We are pleased to announce further details of the programme for our conference on 'Making Healthcare More Human', at the Wellcome Collection in London on 28 March.
31 January 2018
Conference bursaries for training doctors
We have five fully paid places available for medical students and doctors in training to attend our conference on 28 March
30 January 2018
“Friends and family test” should no longer be compulsory, argue experts
Our Chief Executive Jocelyn Cornwell has co-authored an editorial in The BMJ arguing that the Friends and Family Test (FFT) is not a good indicator of performance and takes up a disproportionate amount of time for teams responsible for improving patient experience.