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King's College London students learn about SAGE & THYME

9 April 2015

Nursing and midwifery students at King's College London (King's) are now being taught how to use the SAGE & THYME model to help them to listen and respond to patient concerns.

King's has recently signed a licence to run the SAGE & THYME foundation level workshops and has trained up a number of its lecturers to deliver the workshops to its students.

One group of student nurses also decided to conduct a project around SAGE & THYME: they studied the background and evidence relating to the SAGE & THYME training, and the impact it can have on patients and staff (see picture from left to right: Rachel, Dean, Amelia and Pip - Evie also worked on the project).

KCL student nurses with their poster