{ The Movement for Human-centred Healthcare }



The art of presence.

As parents we lived through a hundred days of hospital visits after our teenage daughter broke her back and her neck. Some years later the same daughter spent a month


The gift of non-anxious presence.

Opinion by Robin Youngson As an engineer turned doctor, I had an irresistible urge to fix things. When I stayed with friends, I sought their broken toasters, clocks or radios.

Self Care

The feeling that I have to fix something for them, I don’t have that feeling anymore

Dr Anju Yogakumar is a member of Hearts in Healthcare, the international movement to rehumanise healthcare and to strengthen compassion and caring.

“When all members of an organization are motivated to understand and value the most favourable features of its culture, it can make rapid improvements.”