Starting with Ourselves: Stories of person-centred care experiences

Welcome! This is Session 1 of a series of Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry activities, which were created to assist you in engaging in creative reflection on Person-Centred Care (PCC) within any professional context. As you move through this session, activities are marked as: Circle, Pairs, or Individual. These are suggested options for, what we believe to

Metaphoric Reflection: Image, letters and poems of person-centred care

Welcome! This is Session 2 of a series of Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry activities, which were created to assist you in engaging in creative reflection on Person-Centred Care (PCC) within any professional context. As you move through this session, activities are marked as: Circle, Pairs, or Individual. These are suggested options for, what we believe to

Person-centred care in social context: Collage-making to illuminate self in relationship to environment

Welcome! This is Session 3 of a series of Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry activities, which were created to assist you in engaging in creative reflection on Person-Centred Care (PCC) within any professional context. As you move through this session, activities are marked as: Circle, Pairs, or Individual. These are suggested options for, what we believe to

Embodiment of Person-Centred Care: Movement and sensory awareness

Welcome! This is Session 4 of a series of Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry activities, which were created to assist you in engaging in creative reflection on Person-Centred Care (PCC) within any professional context. As you move through this session, activities are marked as: Circle, Pairs, or Individual. These are suggested options for, what we believe to

Deepening inquiry: Music and drawing-in-relationships

Welcome! This is Session 5 of a series of Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry activities, which were created to assist you in engaging in creative reflection on Person-Centred Care (PCC) within any professional context. As you move through this session, activities are marked as: Circle, Pairs, or Individual. These are suggested options for, what we believe to