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Programme Design and Educational Consultancy

Programme Design and Educational Consultancy

In addition to our pioneering work on the use of digital patient narratives to focus the attention of managers, clinicians and those who govern public sector bodies on the personal impact, for good or ill, of what can sometimes appear to be routine or remote fiscal or bureaucratic actions, we have detailed knowledge of the health and social care context. Combining over 40 years of experience in education, quality assurance and software development with a passion for making learning ‘delightful’ and a genuine interest in how people learn, we specialise, as Pilgrim Projects Limited, in developing work-based learning programmes in open, distance and e-learning formats, with a particular focus on healthcare and education.

Here are some of the materials that support those programmes. If you would like support in delivering an existing programme, or the development of a new resource, please contact us.

DNA of Care facilitator packs
Following the celebration and launch of the DNA of Care stories in November 2016 and the successful Shared Learning Event in December 2017, NHS England responded to a number of requests for support in using the stories effectively. The result has been the development of these guides for facilitators.

“I think these packs are truly excellent, innovative and of great value and I would certainly use them to support the use of the wide range of valuable stories that there are available.”

The guides in the series reflect topical issues and are intended to help facilitators make links between the stories and some of the things that are current priorities in the NHS. Currently available guides are:

  • Bringing your whole self to work
  • Compassion
  • Compassionate leadership
  • Improvement and change
  • Resilience
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Bullying and Harassment

For each topic there is a guide and a powerpoint presentation.

Want to make your own stories?

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