Implementation, sustainability and benefits of Schwartz Rounds in university settings for students and newly/internationally qualified staff.

This work aims to support the establishment of Rounds in Universities in the South East of England. The University of Surrey has been running Rounds for students since 2019 (Schwartz Surrey project) and is currently supporting their implementation in six other universities, funded by Health Education England (Schwartz South project).

We have produced resources to support implementation of Rounds for new sites that hold a licence with the Point of Care and two short animated films aimed at explaining to a) students and b) newly/internationally qualified staff what Rounds are and why they may be beneficial to them.

Contact schwartz@surrey.ac.uk for more information.

Film 1: University Schwartz Rounds: supporting students

A short animation introducing Schwartz Rounds in a University setting, explaining what Schwartz Rounds are and how students may benefit 
from attending.
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Film 2: University Schwartz Rounds: supporting new staff

A short animation introducing Schwartz Rounds in a University setting, explaining what Schwartz Round are and how Newly Qualified staff and Internationally Qualified staff who are new to the UK, may benefit from attending.
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