Hilary Pearson, David Kuhl and Linda MacNutt

Click the links below to explore that various exercises of the 2017 conference.

Introduction and Group Exercise 1

David Kuhl – On Self, other and Other
Hilary Pearson – CENTRE guidelines & The Name Game (Group exercise #1)

Group Exercises 2, 3, and 4

Linda MacNutt – Empathy 101 (Group exercise #2 & #3)
David Kuhl – Significance of group exercises & Group exercise #4

Group Exercises 5 and 6

Hilary Pearson – Successful team: Three Words (Group exercise #5)
Hilary Pearson – Challenging team: Three Words (Group exercise #6)

Group Exercises 7 and 8

David Kuhl – Three essential ingredients of an ideal team (group exercise #7) & Top words identified by 39 teams as essential ingredients of an ideal team
Linda MacNutt & Hilary Pearson – Trust and two words that sum up group experience (group exercise #8)
David Kuhl – Closing comment
Hilary, David and Linda – the afternoon town hall meeting

Recommended Reading

To learn more about the ideas discussed in Hilary, David and Linda’s presentations you may refer to the following recommended readings:
  1. Bajnok, I., Puddester, D., Macdonald, C., Archibald, D., & Kuhl, D. (2012). Building positive relationships in healthcare: Evaluation of the teams of interprofessional staff interprofessional education program. Contemporary nurse, 42(1), 76-89. http://dx.doi.org/10.5172/conu.2012.42.1.76
  2. Sinek, Simon (2009). Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action. Portfolio ISBN 978-1591846444.
  3. Lencioni, Patrick (2002).  The Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Jossey Bass. ISBN 978-0-7879-6075-9.
  4. Soklaridis, S., Ravitz, P., Alder, G., Lieff, S., (2016) Relationship -centered care in health: A 20 -year scoping review. Patient Experience Journal: vol. 3: Iss.1, Article 16. http://pxjournal.org/journal/vol3/iss1/16
  5. Nundy, S., & Oswald, J. (2014, December). Relationship-centered care: A new paradigm for population health management. Healthcare 2 (4): 216-219. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hjdsi.2014.09.003
  6. Ryan, T., Nolan, M., Reid, D., & Enderby, P. (2008). Using the Senses Framework to achieve relationship-centred dementia care services A case example. Dementia, 7(1), 71-93. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1471301207085368