10 May 2017
19 organisations chosen to join pioneering end-of-life care programme
The Point of Care Foundation has selected 19 teams to join the 2017 cohort of our ‘Living Well to the Very End’ programme, funded by the Health Foundation and supported by NHS England.
04 April 2017
Maintaining humanity in the face of pressure
What can NHS providers and other care organisations do to maintain safe and compassionate care in light of challenging conditions?
29 March 2017
University of Cambridge awarded £40m to create world-leading health care improvement research institute
27 February 2017
A tribute to Annette Bartley
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Annette Bartley, Health Foundation Quality Improvement Fellow.
20 February 2017
Dear Prime Minister, we need to meet the health and care challenge
We are one of sixty-eight charity leaders to have signed a joint letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, calling for a revised funding settlement for health and care.
18 January 2017
Applications open soon for next PFCC ‘Living Well to the Very End’ cohort
Following the success of the 2016 ‘Living Well to the Very End’ programme, The Point of Care Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its second cohort. The programme uses the patient and family centred care (PFCC) methodology to facilitate quality improvement.
10 January 2017
Dr Phil Hammond becomes champion for The Point of Care Foundation
28 December 2016
The Point of Care Foundation announces new marketing partnership with EFR/LWC group
20 December 2016
Schwartz Awards announcement
16 December 2016
“What empathy means to me”
The Health Foundation's latest newsletter features an article entitled 'What empathy means to me', in which they interviewed four NHS workers about what empathy signifies for them and the purpose that is serves in health and social care.