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Patient Voices: Presentations

 

Presentations given by Pilgrim Projects/Patient Voices programme

This page provides links to presentations produced by or about the Patient Voices programme and Pilgrim Projects.


 

Ethical digital storytelling in healthcare research: dilemmas and debates.
This is the workshop given by Dr Carol Haigh, Manchester Metropolitan University and Dr Pip Hardy, Patient Voices at the 2018 Digital Storytelling conference in Zakynthos, Greece.

‘The end is where we start from’: Learning from 15 years of Patient Voices.
This is the Plenary given by Dr Pip Hardy at the 2018 Digital Storytelling conference in Zakynthos, Greece.

Points of view: an exploration of a digital storytelling project from different perspectives
This is the symposium given by Karen Deeny, Pip Hardy, Fiona O’Neill, Rachel Scanlan, Claudia Gore and Jo Tait at the 2018 Digital Storytelling conference in Zakynthos, Greece.

Terrific Teens (and Fabulous Families)
This is Claudia Gore and Pip Hardy’s multi-modal presentation for the International Digital Storytelling conference Trends in Digital Storytelling: Research and Practices in Zakynthos, Greece on 21/09/2018.

The stories referred to in the presentation can be seen on the Terrific Teens project page.

Working group 2: DST in society
This is the summary of Working Group 2 (DST in Society) at the 2018 Digital Storytelling conference in Zakynthos, Greece.

Beyond Both Sides Now!: Bringing Patients and Parents together
This is Tony Sumner’s presentation from the 2018 Digital Storytelling conference in Zakynthos, Greece.

DNA of care: One year on, Sharing the learning
These are the presentations from the conference held on the 7th December 2017 to share the learning and spin-offs from the DNA of Care project, one year on.

Storytelling for resilience: The DNA of Care project
On the 16th November 2017 the Royal College of Nursing brought together experts on resilience in health care to discuss the topic of resilience in the workplace.  This is the presentation given by Dr Pip Hardy and Dr Karen Deeny. In addition to the presentation, this short video puts forward their ideas on resilience in the workplace, arguing for a more critical, psychosocial perspective in the light of their experiences of the learning from the DNA of Care project.

Patient Voices: how stories of safety, quality and culture form the DNA of care
This is the opening plenary session, including Dr Pip Hardy’s contribution (at about 17 minutes and in the summary discussion from about 59 minutes) given at the 2017 International Society for Quality in Health Care. (ISQua) conference on 01/10/2017.

We are grateful to ISQua for the link to this presentation.

Inter-professional learning from Patient Voices
This is Pip Hardy’s presentation given at the AGM of the Centre for the Advancement of Inter-Professional Education (CAIPE) on the 12/09/2016.

Digital storytelling in healthcare education
This is Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner’s presentation from the HEA Health Sciences Conference at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham University on the 12/09/2016.

Effective, Affective, Reflective: A Reflective Model for Digital Storytelling Facilitation
This is Tony Sumner’s presentation given at the “Cultivating Compassion” conference at the “Voices of Change” International Digital Storytelling Conference, Smith College, Northampton, USA 27th September 2015.

Cultivating compassion in care: the power of stories
This is Pip Hardy’s keynote given at the “Cultivating Compassion” conference at the University of Brighton, 6th May 2015. Click on the word clouds to see the stories.

Inverting the Pyramid of Voice: digital storytellers creating activist memes of care experiences
This is Tony Sumner’s presentation given at ‘DS9 Storytelling and Activism’, University of South Wales, Cardiff, 24th April 2015.

The crisis of my life
This is Pip Hardy’s keynote on the final day of the “Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis” conference at the University of Athens, May 10th 2014.

Raising Voices
This is Tony Sumner and Pip Hardy’s presentation on the first day of the “Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis” conference at the University of Athens, May 8th 2014.

Hearing voices: transforming cultures
This is Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner’s presentation as part of the Global Mental Health Exhibition at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine October 8th 2013.

The quivering of the heart: cultivating compassion in healthcare
This is Pip Hardy’s keynote presentation to the Create Act Change 5th International Digital Storytelling Conference at Haceteppe University, Ankara, Turkey, May 10th 2013. A version of the presentation with an audio track of Pip’s voiceover can be found here.

First, do no harm
This is Pip Hardy’s presentation to the Create Act Change 5th International Digital Storytelling Conference at Haceteppe University, Ankara, Turkey, May 10th 2013.

Hearing Voices
This is Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner’s presentation to the Create Act Change 5th International Digital Storytelling Conference at Haceteppe University, Ankara, Turkey May 9th 2013.

Going around and around
This is Pip Hardy and Cathy Jayne’s presentation to the Create Act Change 5th International Digital Storytelling Conference at Haceteppe University, Ankara, Turkey May 8th 2013.

Using digital storytelling in the development of multi-professional learning organisations in primary care: opportunities and challenges
This is Pip Hardy and Anne McKee’s presentation to the American Educational Research Association conference on April 30th 2013 in San Francisco, USA. The accompanying project report can be found here.

Making the big picture personal: opportunities, challenges and some ethical issues
This presentation was part of a webinar given by Pip Hardy to Alberta Health Services in April 2013 as a follow-up to the November 2012 webinar (see below).

Dangling conversations: stories of dementia
Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner’s keynote presentation from the Møte med minner (Meeting memories) conference in Oslo on the 10th December 2012.

Using stories: making the big picture personal
This is Pip Hardy’s video presentation to Alberta Health Services on the 26th November 2012.

How can stories of patient and professional experience contribute to BESST in clinical medical education?
This is Tony Sumner’s presentation given at “Social Science Teaching in Medicine: Current State of the Art & Future Directions” Cardiff University School of Social Sciences, 6th July 2012.

Listening to Patient Voices: humanising healthcare
This is Pip Hardy’s presentation given at “A patient-centred approach: providing personalised care and delivering value” in Central Hall, Westminster, London on the 4th July 2012.

Involving patients, educating clinicians and transforming healthcare
This is Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner’s workshop presentation from the ‘Educating for PPI‘ conference at London Southbank University on the 20/10/2011.

Hearing Patient Voices: healing and recovery through digital storytelling
This is Pip Hardy’s ‘virtual’ presentation to the Second Summit for Global Mental Health, Capetown, South Africa October 17th 2011 (www.globalmentalhealth.org).

Patient Voices: Transforming healthcare through digital storytelling
This is the keynote presentation given by Pip Hardy at the 4th International Conference on Digital Storytelling in Lillehammer, Norway on February 5th 2011.

Ways of knowing, ways of being
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy and Cathy Jaynes, from the University of Colorado and the Center for Medical Transport Research, at the 16th International Reflective Practice conference at the University of Bedford in June 2010.

Reflection and eflection: A new model for new technologies?
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner at the 16th International Reflective Practice conference at the University of Bedford in June 2010.

Changing the angle of reflection: digital storytelling and transformation
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy, Tony Sumner and Cathy Jaynes, from the University of Colorado and the Center for Medical Transport Research, at the 16th International Reflective Practice conference at the University of Bedford in June 2010.

The Nurse, the Nerd and the Narrator: creating and using Patient Voices reflective digital stories
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy, Tony Sumner and Cathy Jaynes, from the University of Colorado and the Center for Medical Transport Research, at the Patient Opinions ‘Out of the box’ conference in Birmingham on the 22nd June 2010.

Going digital – but staying personal!
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy, Elspeth McLean and Judy Bowker, University of Liverpool, at the Authenticity to Action Conference in November 2009.

Effective, Affective and Reflective: Patient Voices digital storytelling in healthcare education
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy and Gemma Stacey, University of Nottingham, at the Nurse Education Tomorrow Conference in Cambridge in 2009.

Inspiring Innovation through Patient Voices
This presentation was given by Tony Sumner and Laura Hibbs, NHS Yorkshire and the Humber, at the NHS Innovations Expo in June 2009.

The shock of reality: digital stories of newly-qualified nurses
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy and Gemma Stacey, University of Nottingham, at the Narrative, Health and Social Justice Conference at Keele University in June 2009.

The power of e-flection: using digital storytelling to facilitate reflective assessment of junior doctors’ experiences in training
This presentation was given by Tony Sumner at the ‘Learning for a Complex World’ conference at the University of Surrey on the 31st March 2009.

See, hear! Designing patient-shaped healthcare
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy, Sharon Ombler-Spain, and Margaret Hickman at the Patient and Public Involvement in OOH’s and Urgent Care Conference in Birmingham on 19 March 2009.

Patient Voices: the essential experience
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy at a workshop at the NHS Live! conference in November 2007.

Patient Voices: the essential experience
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy at the Authenticity to Action conference in Grange-over-Sands in November 2007.

Through the looking glass: Looking at the creation and use of digital stories from both sides
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy and Professor Paul Stanton, Northumbria University, at the Authenticity to Action conference in Grange-over-Sands in November 2007.

When shall we three meet again? A three-way parnership results in a truly patient-centred educational resource
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy, Jean Bailey-Dering, NRAS, and Joanne Mangnall, RCN, at the Authenticity to Action conference in Grange-over-Sands in November 2007.

Hearing the patient’s voice:Using digital storytelling to improve continence care in care homes
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy and Joanne Mangnall, RCN, at the Authenticity to Action conference in Grange-over-Sands in November 2007.

Connecting to the future: a vision of e-health with nurses as ‘keepers of the stories’
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy at the Nurse Education Tomorrow conference in 2007.

Digital storytelling in healthcare: the essential experience
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy and Michelle Spencer of the Center for Digital Storytelling at the Chronic disease prevention and management conference in Calgary, Canada in October 2007.

Patient Voices: stories from the heart of healthcare
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy at the Nurse Education Tomorrow conference in 2006.

Patient Voices: A short history of digital storytelling in healthcare
This presentation was given by Pip Hardy at the All Together Better Health conference in April 2006.

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