The home of personalised care education

We’re equipping health and care professionals with the knowledge, skills and confidence to help patients get more involved in decisions about their care. Evidence shows this leads to better health outcomes and increased patient and clinician satisfaction.

The home of personalised care education

We’re equipping health and care professionals with the knowledge, skills and confidence to help patients get more involved in decisions about their care. Evidence shows this leads to better health outcomes and increased patient and clinician satisfaction.

Learning

Take a free PCI course today. Our 30-60 minute courses are CPD recognised and suitable for all health and care professionals, at all career stages, levels of seniority, skill and knowledge. You can also find out more about our events, podcasts, resources and accredited training courses.

Accreditation

NHSE commissioners of personalised care training are now only procuring training that is PCI accredited. This is to ensure that all health and care professionals receive only high-quality, evidence based training that is linked to the PCI curriculum.

Partnerships

Collaboration is central to everything we do, which is why we are already working with more than 40 partner organisations. We would like to extend the breadth of our work across consultancy, research and international development.

The value of personalised care

The value of personalised care is demonstrated through growing evidence showing improvements in health outcomes, better adherence to medical advice and increased satisfaction for both patients and clinicians. PCI training allows health and care professionals to equip themselves with the knowledge and skills they need in order to deliver personalised care.

Personalised care gives patients more control and choice when it comes to the way their care is planned and delivered, taking into account individual needs, preferences and circumstances. Learn more about personalised care here.

Research shows that when patients have the opportunity to be involved in decision-making around personalised healthcare, there can be better outcomes and experiences and reduced health inequalities. Find out more here.

As part of the NHS Long Term Plan to deliver personalised care, a series of specialist roles have been created to help people access the support and advice they need. View them here.

PCI Conference Week

The Personalised Care Institute is delighted to announce the launch of ‘Personalised Care Week’ – a four-day ‘roadshow’ of webinars, videos and educational articles showcasing best practice examples, lived experience and education on personalised care, as well as a free headline half day virtual conference

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Blog


 

This is a guest blog by the Right to Smile Consensus, which is taking action to improve the oral health of people who experience severe mental ill health. The blog was co-authored by the following people:  Dr Vishal Aggarwal, Dr Carolyn A Chew-Graham, Gordon Johnston and David Shiers.

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Newsroom


Half of health and care professionals have seen an increase over the last six months in the number of patients presenting with conditions potentially caused or exacerbated by money worries – but nine in 10 (88%) don’t feel equipped to have financial conversations, according to new research. 

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Say hello to our Ambassadors

 
We’re delighted to celebrate the appointment of more than 100 health and care professionals to our ambassador programme – bringing the total membership to 134! The 100+ new ambassadors join our current network of highly qualified and skilled health and care professionals, all of whom share a passion for personalised care. 

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PCI Virtual Patient Avatars

The Personalised Care Institute (PCI) has launched lifelike virtual reality training on shared decision making (SDM) for health and care professionals – after research found that nearly half (46%) report gaps in their knowledge and most (70%) would like to learn more.

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