Challenging behaviour

Recognising and responding to challenging behaviour

As a facilitator, one of the skills you will need to focus on is how to deal with negative or difficult behaviour within group settings. Hopefully, this is a rare occurrence but it’s a good idea to be prepared for those challenges when they arise.  We offer accredited and non-accredited courses on Facilitation for various Read more about Recognising and responding to challenging behaviour[…]

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Why we love Open Space Technology

If you’ve never come across the concept of Open Space Technology before and you’re familiar with a formal style of hosting meetings, it can seem quite daunting to have to facilitate or even participate in a session that uses Open Space. This style of facilitating fits our ethos Our ethos is that ‘We work with Read more about Why we love Open Space Technology[…]

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How patients and members of the public are involved in appraising new medicines

I recently attended a meeting of the Patient and Public Interest Group (PAPIG), which is made up of patients, carers, patient advocates and third sector organisations. The group feeds their views via the All Wales Therapeutics and Toxicology Group (AWTTC), who provide professional, technical and administrative support to the All Wales Medicines Strategy Group (AWMSG). Read more about How patients and members of the public are involved in appraising new medicines[…]

New methods, good practice and evaluation dice: Our May Participation Networks

This post was written by Dyfrig just before he left Participation Cymru. We always try and practice what we preach – that participation helps to delivered services that better meet people’s needs. February’s networks gave us a lot of scope to consider how to take our participation networks forwards. Participants told us they wanted the Read more about New methods, good practice and evaluation dice: Our May Participation Networks[…]

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