Dr. Louise Terry, PhD PGCHE LLB (Hons) FIBMS
"I believe that in order to practice humane medicine, we need to rediscover our sense of ourselves and our patients as people of differing professions, education or none; differing beliefs, values and politics; differing colours and ethnicities; wives, mothers, daughters, fathers, sons, imperfect, struggling to do our best, or merely just survive, within an imperfect and often unjust world. We need to understand how, and how well, we connect and interact with each other and to this end I believe that the praxis of care can be reframed through honest reflection. The foundations of humane medicine are reflective, reflexive practitioners. ""....Visual and audio technology can help bring stories, actions, omissions, aspirations and values to life and allow a permanent record of the story to be kept for future use."