The Australian Institute for Patient & Family Centred Care brings patients, families and healthcare professionals to the table together, to transform people’s experience of healthcare.
We aim to achieve this through a three-fold approach:
The Australian Institute for Patient & Family Centred Care is part of a patient and family centred care movement which is sweeping the globe and changing the way healthcare is viewed by patients, families and healthcare professionals.
“Hear Me” is a 40 minute HealthPlay written by playwright Alan Hopgood in collaboration with the Australian Institute for Patient and Family Centred Care. The play focuses on the importance of patient and family involvement and empowerment as partners in their own health care.
Why should you present a performance of “Hear Me”? There is enormous potential for improving the quality and safety of healthcare by encouraging communication and partnerships between patients, families and health professionals and fostering an employee empowerment culture. The “Hear Me” play can have a significant and novel role in the education of patients, families and staff.
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The 13th HUSH CD, The Magic Island with Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra is now out. The perfect easy listening music!
AIPFCC Chairman, Dr. Catherine Crock won the award for Excellence as an Individual for this CD at the 2014 Art Music Awards.
"Audience favourites of the evening included Dr Catherine Crock’s award for her project working with Australian composers to create music that will be played in hospitals for children undergoing treatment for cancer."
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HUSH Volume 14 will be launched on 6 December. See our Facebook page