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TOPIC: Dorset example

Dorset example 6 years 3 months ago #88

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I was shown these wonderful staff KEO pages at the Imroc conference this morning.
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Dorset example 6 years 3 months ago #100


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I do think these look fantastic, but I also think that care needs to be taken with photographs. The intervention is for staff, but also for patients to do. The aspect of KNOW EACH OTHER is not necessarily for staff to know each othe better, but for the two groups - staff and patients- to have a better knowledge of each other around neutral topics, I am not sure that patients will be fully comfortable with photographs and don't think this should be ab expectation as it might put some people off. . Of course, you could use an image instead of a photograph - a bit like I do for my web avatar, but this should be clearly stipulated as an option and probably extended to staff?
They do look really good though!
Geoff Brennan
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Dorset example 5 years 1 month ago #370

These look absolutely brilliant!
Would you be able to share the template to save me reinventing the wheel?
All credit to the original maker, of course.

Thanks,
Nat
Brookside unit, Essex.
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