Humanising Health Care is a new report in which David Gilbert uses his insights as a mental health service user and his experience in Patient Leadership to consider the limitations of current practice, and the possibilities of a new approach which could transform mental health services.
Have you been asked to speak about your experiences to a health organisation or health professionals? Then this workshop is for you. (It’s also for staff who want to make things better for patients).
This interactive workshop explores the art of story-telling for impact. It will provide tools to move beyond ‘making people cry’ and help you build the foundation for ongoing patient leadership – the art of bringing one’s jewels of wisdom and insight from the caves of suffering in order to influence change.
Our 4-week Patient Leadership Programme is now booking for sessions in November. Run on Zoom, the four sessions are available for the total price of £210. We will be running two parallel cohorts at different time slots, to make the course more accessible for those in the Southern Hemisphere, and those who may have other commitments.
In April, with GamLearn and Gambling with Lives (GwT), we will run a pilot ‘Peer Leadership’ programme for people who have been harmed by gambling and ‘affected others’.
We will run our foundation Patient Leadership Training Programme for those in the Southern Hemisphere (Australia, New Zealand, SE Asia etc). On Thursdays at (UK TIME) 10.00am - 12.00am: June 17th and 24th, July 1st and 8th.
We are working with Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Partnership to develop an embedded model of Patient Leadership. This begins in 2021 with a baseline assessment of patient / user engagement in digital innovation that will lead to options and recommendations for the future