Rehumanising Healthcare: a multidisciplinary event

Rehumanising healthcare: restoring hope & human values in turbulent times. An event for all working or interested in health & social care.

Hosted by the  The Human Values in Healthcare Forum. This event aims to provide a reflective ‘holding’ space to allow health and care professionals and others from different disciplines to connect, converse and to share stories, ideas, practical skills and resources. We will also hear from practitioners stories of overcoming difficulties in adversity.

It aims to provide replenishment, regenerate hope, and to offer an opportunity for participants to reconnect with their deeply held values and to explore ways in which they can strengthen and sustain them in their workplace.

A unique opportunity to step back and reflect, and together to plot the path ahead using the well tried and tested method of appreciative inquiry combined with creative enquiry to re-imagine futures and rehumanise systems of care.

The Royal Foundation of St Katherine is a quiet sanctuary close to central London – the ideal setting for offering a nurturing, restorative event.

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