Recent healthcare scandals including mid-Staffs and the Bawa-Garba case have highlighted the importance of health workers being able to reflect and learn from mistakes. Our Sweeney Programme, which supports quality improvement, puts the patient at the centre of care and requires care teams to open themselves up to being challenged on how they work, by learning about the experience of their care from the point of view of patients.
Transparency and openness
because healthcare must use mistakes as opportunities to learn and improve, rather than blame or punish
Latest news and blogs
Blog 11 January 2022
New Year, new programmes, same goal
Bev Fitzsimons gives an overview of our revised programme structure
News story 21 July 2021
Point of Care Foundation tests new partnership model
New Patient Leadership course offered in partnership with InHealth Associates.
News story 02 March 2021
Capturing experiences of working with the Point of Care Foundation
A new way to feed back on inclusion at the Point of Care Foundation