We support organisations to introduce Schwartz Rounds, which provide an opportunity for staff from all disciplines to reflect on the emotional aspects of their work.
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Hearing other people tell a similar story that resonates is very powerful
Medical Director Dr Sean Elyan describes the benefits of running Schwartz Rounds at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Contact our Programmes Co-ordinator Aggie Rice to talk about setting up Schwartz Rounds
- Training | 28 July 2017
One-day training for individuals wishing to become facilitators for Team Time
- Origins of Schwartz Rounds
Read about Ken Schwartz, whose touching story inspired the Schwartz RoundsSchwartz Awards
Check out the winning entries from the first ever Schwartz Awards
Blog post 16 June 2017
The importance of refreshing values
In this blog, Cleo Williamson reflects upon the importance of values in life and work; why it sometimes takes conscious effort to keep them in focus; and why this is especially applicable to healthcare staff.
Blog post 26 May 2017
Professionalism and learning to talk about death
This blog, co-written by Aggie Rice and Rhiannon Barker, explores the teaching of professionalism in medical schools and why it is important to not only build student resilience early on but also support their wellbeing throughout their career.
Blog post 27 April 2017
Running Schwartz Rounds with Healthcare Students: “you feel like…it is normal to have emotions”
In this blog, Laura Golding discusses how she first came to hear about Schwartz Rounds, how she has helped to introduce them to students at the University of Liverpool, and how they might develop in the future.