The Humanising Healthcare podcast
In this podcast series, we explore what humanising healthcare means with a range of guests who share their perspectives on giving and receiving care.
Episode 12: The paramedic’s tale: Carl Betts
6 April 2022
With Carl Betts, a paramedic and quality improvement lead. (Interview recorded on 21st March 2022.)
Episode 11: The anaesthetist’s tale: Emma Evans, St George’s Hospital, Tooting
23 February 2022
With Emma Evans, consultant anaesthetist and senior leader at St George’s Hospital, Tooting, South London.
Episode 10: The Schwartz facilitator’s tale: Rebecca Myers
10 February 2022
With Rebecca Myers, a Schwartz facilitator, practicing nurse and visiting fellow at London South Bank University
Episode 9: The GP’s tale: Martin Marshall, RCGP
25 January 2022
With Martin Marshall, chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners and a practicing GP in East London.
Episode 8. The patient leader’s tale: Ceinwen Giles, Shine Cancer Support
10 January 2022
With Ceinwen Giles, co-founder and director of partnerships and evaluation at Shine Cancer Support, and a trustee of the Point of Care Foundation.
Episode 7. The manager’s tale: Lisa Cooper, Alder Hey
20 December 2021
With Lisa Cooper, director of community and mental health services at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool.
Episode 6. Humanised care in mental health services
8 July 2021
With Bev Sapre
Episode 5. Why is medicine so… medical? Long-term conditions
24 June 2021
With Cherelle Augustine, Sandra Jayacondi and Nordia Willis
Episode 4. What does humanising healthcare mean in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit?
10 June 2021
With Howard Cohen and Sean Sweeney
Episode 3. What does the experience of Covid teach us about humanising care?
27 May 2021
With Hayley Hughes and Jocelyn Cornwell
Episode 2. Why is medicine so… medical? Death and dying
13 May 2021
With Richard Smith and Libby Sallnow
Episode 1. Because people, not bodies, suffer
6 May 2021
With Point of Care Foundation founder, Jocelyn Cornwell