Rays of Humanity

Ewan Kelly talks about aspects of working in healthcare which continue to keep him motivated and insprired even through the toughest of times. This includes observing courage, humour and human interaction. Ewan blogs about the rays of humanity which may have kept patients strong, but believes that this also impacts on the well being of healthcare professionals.

‘Rays of Humanity’ by Ewan Kelly on the Dumfries and Galloway Health blog

 

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Working in local gov, managing a frontline service for families. I love Shropshire, love family and love information and blog about all three. There is also the occasional mention of cake and caek.

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One comment on “Rays of Humanity
  1. […] Enhanced patient experience by Ken Donaldson and Peter Bryden wrote for the dghealth (Dumfries and Galloway Health) blog about workshops to encourage a better experience for patients. At a recent big event that they organised, Ewan Kelly introduced people to the concept of Values Based Reflective Practice (VBRP). The “Values Based” element of this sounds interesting. There is a question in the middle of this post that I wanted to emphasise: “Whose needs are being met?” I have wondered this sometimes in my own experiences of being a patient in the NHS. Look out for Ewan Kelly’s post in Week 39: Rays of humanity. […]

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