Schwartz Rounds with Aggie Rice & Carl Betts

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Wednesday 7th December 19:00 (GMT)

What is the purpose of Schwartz Rounds and how do they benefit those that take part? In this free webinar we will explore this question and look at the evidence as to their utility and the ability to flatten the hierarchies of management and leadership within an organisation.

The underlying premise for Schwartz Rounds is that the compassion shown by staff can make all the difference to a patient’s experience of care, but that to provide compassionate care staff must, in turn, feel supported in their work. We want to dig into this principle and get the thoughts from Carl and Aggie who are implementing them at a local and national level.

Aggie Rice is a mentor and trainer on the Schwartz Rounds and Team Time programmes. After working for the Point of Care Foundation for a few years as an Associate, Aggie joined the Foundation in this full-time role in 2021. Aggie has worked on the Schwartz Rounds programme since 2016 and has a keen interest in organisational culture, storytelling and the emotional wellbeing of health and social care staff. Aggie also has an MSc in Medical Humanities.

Carl Betts has been a Paramedic for over 10 years and is a quality improvement lead based in Sheffield working for the ambulance service. He is also the Schwartz Round lead for the ambulance service in the region.

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