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WHY IS STORYAIDEU IMPORTANT?

Current healthcare training relies upon a comprehensive understanding of the bio-medical model of medicine. However, it has been recognised that a curriculum that incorporates a more rounded model is crucial. To ensure new model of healthcare education, storytelling is a crucial tool for educators to show the hidden and silent stories of patients, healthcare professionals, loved ones, and vulnerable people.


WHAT DID STORYAIDEU ACHIEVE?

StoryAidEU aimed to ‘humanise healthcare education through storytelling’. This was achieved by producing a number of training resources that can be used by educators and students to teach and learn.


HOW DID STORYAIDEU MEET ITS GOALS?

The project conducted (through a number of data gathering techniques) a full review of interprofessional education tools, an assessment of humanism, and conducted essential research into how storytelling approaches can be used to improve healthcare education training. These three areas were combined to create a dedicated educational curriculum for healthcare educators to promote humanism in healthcare. All educational resources can be found through our StoryAidEU Academy:


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E6 Demonstration Event with Eli Anderson, Thursday 30th September 2021

We are pleased to announce the details of the first multiplier event of StoryAidEU project. The event will be held virtually, online on Thursday 30th of September 2021 and there will be two sessions – morning and evening (similar format/information at both). This 90 min demonstration event aims to present an innovative approach for integrating …

StoryAidEU Final Conference, Wednesday 1st September 2021

Stakeholders of the health sector, medical educators and students willing to explore a new, interprofessional model of healthcare training, have attended the Final Conference of StoryAidEU project on Wednesday 1st September 2021. Final Conference Programme: https://inhwe.org/sites/default/files/documents/STORY_Progr.pdf Among others, the following external contributors have kindly accepted to participate and present their latest research in the field: …

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If you would like to know more about our project, please contact project leaders INHWE via their website: https://inhwe.org/contact