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Webinar | Restorative practice in health care
with Jo Wailling
Wednesday 27 May 2020 | Online
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)
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Restorative practice in health care
The second in a series of webinars offering case studies of Restorative practice in action…
This presentation will discuss how restorative practices can be applied to respond to harm in healthcare settings by:
Discussing the differences between a restorative and traditional inquiry process.
Explore how a restorative approach can be applied to healthcare harm on a national scale, focusing on a project commissioned by the NZ Ministry of Health.
Explain how restorative Circle practices can be used to create a safe space for people to tell their stories and support collaboration between government agencies.
Describe what a restorative health system might look like and invite feedback from the audience.
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About the speaker
Jo is a registered nurse and has worked in multiple healthcare settings for over twenty years, holding leadership roles in New Zealand and the UK. As a research associate and facilitator with the Diana Unwin Chair of Restorative Justice, she currently works with healthcare stakeholders to influence safety systems. Jo has been applying restorative approaches in healthcare to respond to adverse events and nurture resilient organisations since 2013.
She researches the relational nature of safety systems and has published and presented in international forums. Her PhD is focusing on how restorative approaches might respond to healthcare harm and support resilient healthcare systems.
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