In order to deliver the highest quality care, it is important for them to understand principles of equality, diversity and inclusion in the real world.
The Human Library supports this aim by promoting social inclusion through respectful conversation. It provides an opportunity for learners to get a better understanding of how an individual’s culture, social identity and expressed beliefs will impact on the decisions they make about their care and treatment. This is a key component in developing the ‘patient as partner’ approach that will improve both patient experience and outcomes.
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