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QMU's Dr Anne Williams reports from Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group Dr Anne Williams discusses her recent contributions to the Cross Party Working Group on Women's Health at the Scottish Parliament I was delighted to be part of the latest meeting of the Scottish Parliament's Cross Party Group on Women's Health. The topic was lipoedema and … Continue reading Women’s Health
Gliding past; presentSoon to leave; a memoryTo fly; a futureKristina Mountain
The Nursing Division will be working collaboratively on a range of important issues, including the new 3 year strategy, on Friday 1 February. Watch this space for announcements.
I wrote this for one of our ICoP partners, (Christoph van Dach) and the Solothurn Hospital (Switzerland) blog today, so I thought I would share it here too: Recently, I’ve been thinking about how do I as a person-centred researcher/culture developer know when a person or a team is ready to start exploring person-centredness/culture ? … Continue reading Ready enough?
I am delighted to share with you this publication by my colleagues at the Health Sciences Faculty, University of Pretoria reporting on their work on developing person-centred practices in their PhD supervision across the disciplines of the Faculty. The team provide 12-tips for developing and sustaining such relationships in PhD supervision. Important and transferable learning … Continue reading Person-centredness in the academic supervision relationship
I returned from holiday and a Twitter break to discover both Brendan McCormack and myself made it into the Honours list- kind of! This list [http://www.wecommunities.org/blogs/3444] is a list of 100 RNs who have made an impact in 2018. Nominations were made and reviewed by a panel of peers (with a small 'p'!). I am … Continue reading #100 Outstanding Nurses 2018
Yesterday I spent time with colleagues (Ruth, Ailsa and Lindesay), assessing year 4 nursing students presentations from their leadership module. The module was offered as an intensive 5 day school about developing person-centred cultures. It was so noticeable that significant and deep learning had taken place; especially in regards to knowing self and values. Students … Continue reading Inspiring nursing students