These sets are an opportunity to explore an issue in depth, with a group of equally thoughtful practitioners with a wealth of experience. Together we draw on our own experience, investigate relevant literature from a range of fields, and over a period of 6 months to 2 years develop some significant new thinking that we test in practice and then make as widely known as we can. We believe this is hugely valuable to all of us involved and also for the wider service. See what you think by reading some of our reports below.
I often co-facilitate these with Julia Vaughan Smith of Anaptys.
Why reforming the NHS doesn’t work – the importance of understanding how good people offer bad care
Personal Development Learning Sets
I do also offer facilitated Learning Sets. These are a series of six one-day meetings over the course of a year, in which a half day exploration of issues raised by Set members is combined with a half day of interactive teaching abotu concepts that are especially relevant. This mixture of theory, practical experience, and peer support is a highly potent one.
If you are interested in such a Learning Set for your team or for a group of firends and colleagues contact me to discuss it further.