Standing Up for the Workforce: Seven Considerations for Patients and Families
In today’s challenging healthcare environment, healthcare workers often face incivility and physical violence that threaten their safety and well-being. “Standing Up for the Workforce” offers seven actions that patients and families can take to address this reality. Presented by a member of the Global Patient and Family Advisory Board, this learning bite calls on us to create safer workforce experiences by walking in their shoes, acknowledging the sacrifices they make in caring for others and treating them with the respect and compassion they deserve.
Culture & Leadership | Staff & Provider Engagement
Every Conversation Has Consequences
Communication is our currency in healthcare. By focusing on three areas where miscommunication can occur: Patients, Players (team), and Practice, we can break the patterns of expectation, so everyone engages emotionally and becomes loyal, engaged, and committed to the organization’s success. Healthcare is shifting from product-centricity to people-centricity. Those who are adapting to this newLearn more
Patient Family & Community Engagement
Healing Forward: The Patient. The Provider. The Administrator.
In this PX Blog, I will address the patient experience from a patient’s perspective, mine! Having been diagnosed with cancer, I got empowered by taking charge of my diagnosis. Now thriving, I am living with purpose and passion. As an educator, published author, and patient advocate, my mission is to help others through their journeyLearn more
Staff & Provider Engagement
Creating a Feedback Culture: Building a Workforce that can Effectively Manage Patient Feedback
Managing patient feedback effectively is a unique skill requiring specific competencies to resolve patient concerns. In this case study, a large integrated system in Canada developed a training program so staff could acquire the necessary competencies to master the art of responding to patients with compassion and empathy.Learn more