Members of the Ageing & Dementia Research Centre have presented their work at a local Memory Roadshow in Poole. It was well-attended, with much interested in ADRC projects and activities, with… »
Posts Tagged: “Humanising Healthcare”
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You are welcome to join us at our Humanising Care, Health & Wellbeing Conference, 21st – 22nd June 2018. In the Centre for Qualitative Research, we have developed a philosophically driven approach to caring,… »
Stroke survivors were given the opportunity to view their artwork at the launch of a unique exhibition at Bournemouth University on 26th January 2016 The artworks are the result… »
The HeART of Stroke is a feasibility study of a randomised controlled trial of an Arts for Health group intervention to support self-confidence and psychological wellbeing following a stroke Stroke, which is… »
The Centre of Postgraduate Medical Research and Education (CoPMRE) held its biannual Visiting Faculty Day on the 24th March 2015. The day focussed on the theme of Human Factors and… »
Mevalyn Cross. Restoring the human dimensions to health service delivery: Evaluating the impacts of a novel theory-driven improvement strategy for the care of older people in hospital
Evaluating the effectiveness of the humanisation framework in improving patient care on an elderly care ward.
There are two Humanising Care projects in collaboration with the School of Tourism: ‘Humanisation and dehumanisation in high performance sport’ and ‘Dwelling- mobility theory in sport research’.
A collaborative lifeworld-led transprofessional curriculum for health and social work disciplines.
BU academic staff have published a range of publications on different aspects and examples of the humanising care philosophy.
BU staff have shared their research into the humanising care philosophy at a range of conferences and workshops.
Humanising Services: A new transferable leadership strategy for improving ‘what matters to older people’ to enhance dignity in care.
Sue Baron: Exploring the Patient Journey: a collaborative and multi-disciplinary approach to patient-centred healthcare improvement
Researcher: Sue Baron Sue Baron is a frontline nurse practicing in a separate National Health Service (NHS) hospital and a lecturer in nursing; she also had extensive experience as a… »
In response to the National Dementia Strategy, 2009, funds were allocated from the Somerset Strategic Services Improvement Fund (SSIF) to improve dementia care in Somerset’s general hospitals. The SSIF Dementia… »
Humanising care philosophy underpins the pre-registration nursing curriculum commencing Sept 2013. This was commended by the professional body at approval as being very fitting given the current healthcare climate. In… »
Burdett Trust for Nursing Grant: Humanising Services: A new transferable leadership strategy for improving ‘what matters to older people’ to enhance dignity in care. In collaboration with Bournemouth University, Professor… »
Exploring Evidence to Guide Practice: An innovative cross-disciplinary unit that focuses on ‘kinds of knowledge’ for the humanisation of care.
The School of Health and Social Care has developed a collaborative lifeworld-led transprofessional curriculum for health and social work disciplines harnessing technology to connect learners to evidence based practice. This… »
CQR Welcome: The Centre for Qualitative Research (CQR) is based at Bournemouth University. This Research Centre is part of The Faculty of Health & Social Sciences. CQR has remained an internationally… »
BU’s Professor Les Todres and Professor Kathleen Galvin from the University of Hull gave a lecture on ‘Openheartedness in Nursing’. Part 1 Part 2
Humanising care philosophy underpins BU’s pre-registration nursing curriculum.
Special interest group fuses education, research and practice within the area of humanisation.