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Storytelling in practice (S3)
 

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A presentation about personal stories of people who access services and support can be used to improve practice and facilitate person-centred working. Prue Thimbleby, Arts in Health Coordinator from ...

A presentation about personal stories of people who access services and support can be used to improve practice and facilitate person-centred working. Prue Thimbleby, Arts in Health Coordinator from ABMU University Health Board in Wales tells us about her work generating and using digital stories. We will also learn how Prue collects stories and about the impact of storytelling on both storytellers and listeners.
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    Storytelling in practice (S3) Storytelling in practice (S3) Presentation Transcript

    • By Prue Thimbleby
    • Reading story aloud and fictional storytelling Digital patient and staff autobiographical stories
    • 1st Person autobiographical storytelling Two minute voice recording Put together with photos/drawings
    • Advocacy and service improvement Complaint management and training Service promotion Personal reflection and development Building relationships – teams and families Qualitative research
    • Simplicity Person remains the director of their story Unmediated, authentic Not preaching Everyone has two minutes to listen Contagious....
    • Groups, one to one Written, interviewed Audio, visuals Software....
    • Board of directors Senior staff Intranet People involved
    • Houston conference 2014 Reconstructing Ourselves symposium October 2015 International conference 2017 prue.thimbleby@wales.nhs.uk
    • Any Questions, ideas, suggestions..... prue.thimbleby@wales.nhs.uk