Our Chair of Trustees, Dr Ross Bryson, has written a small book explaining the principles of Whole Person Care called Honouring Personhood in Patients.  

This book is in part a description of how some health professionals working in the National Health Service in Britain have sought to ensure that the uniqueness of each individual patient is not lost in the drive to deliver scientific medical care to a wide range of people in a resource-limited context.

Honouring Personhood in Patients can be bought as a booklet or a pdf by following this link, where you can also find out more about it and read the preface online.

The Trust is proud to support ‘Hearing the heart of God in healthcare: a doctors’ weekend away for conversations’ which have taken place regularly at Hothorpe Hall, until paused by Covid-19.  We hope to resume them again some time in the future.

To read a report a previous weekend retreat, click here.

The Trust has also supported the work done by the Association of Chaplains in General Practice in developing a professional accreditation for those working as chaplains in General Practice. This has been piloted in the Midlands and was launched at a conference on January 10th 2019:

Turning the Tide: Establishing Spiritual Care in General Practice

Follow this link for a report.  Future ACGP conferences will build on this success.  Other ACGP activities such as online training for chaplains are also supported by WPHT.