How a patient’s poem can help staff focus on person-centred care
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How a patient’s poem can help staff focus on person-centred care

Positive feedback reinforces the use of patients’ voices in lecturer practitioner Carol Forde-Johnston’s teaching sessions

My role at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, where I have been a lecturer practitioner for the past 18 years, focuses on the teaching and development of others. Having always been interested in arts and culture, I regularly use poetry, paintings, videos and narrative cases in my teaching.

Nursing Standard. 32, 27, 65-65. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.27.65.s39

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