Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Marjorie Stanzler on Schwartz Center Rounds® This content relates to the following topics: Patient experience Workforce and skills Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Monday 26 July 2010 Marjorie Stanzler, Director of Programs at the Kenneth B. Schwartz Center, Boston, talks about the programme and the pilot Rounds taking place in England.Related contentVideoBarbara Wren on Schwartz Center Rounds® Barbara Wren explains how Schwartz Center Rounds® work, who presents them and the topics that are discussed. Completed projectSchwartz Center Rounds® Schwartz Center Rounds' provide a monthly, one-hour session for staff from all disciplines to discuss difficult emotional and social issues arising from patient care. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Slideshow Jill Maben: What is the impact of staff wellbeing on performance and patient experience? Jill Maben, Professor of Research in Nursing and Director of the National Nursing Research Unit, King's College London, shares the results of studies into the relationship between staff wellbeing and patient experience. Blog There’s nothing quite like being there All senior civil servants will now be expected to spend the equivalent of four weeks a year with staff and patients in health and social care organisations. But will this lead to a more patient-centred culture? Slideshow Theresa Hegarty: using patient, carer and staff stories to improve patient experience Theresa Hegarty, Head of Patient Experience at Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust, explains why storytelling is a powerful method for improving the experience of patients, staff and carers. Slideshow Ruth Poole: were you proud? Ruth Poole, Group Clinical Director at Healthcare at Home, looks at why an engaged and supported workforce supports patient choice and control at home.