Values in Healthcare programme Worldwide and Facts & Figures
Since the launch of the programme in 2004, there has been extensive growth in the use of the programme around the world.
Where has the programme been used in the UK?
- Trusts / Hospitals – 10 including Guys & St. Thomas’s and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
- Hospices – Various
- Nursing Homes – including Minster Homes
- Universities – 5 including Brighton & Sussex University, Robert Gordon University, Westminster University, Bangor University & City University
- Retreats – Weekend & one-day
Where has the programme been used around the world?
- Africa – 8 countries including South Africa, Ghana, Ethiopia, Mauritius
- Asia – 7 countries including India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Philippines, China, Thailand
- Australia – Australia, New Zealand
- Europe – 10 countries including Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Germany, Greece, France, Turkey
- North America – USA, West Indies
- South America – 6 countries including Argentina, Brazil, Suriname, Mexico
- Middle East – UAE including Oman, Dubai, Bahrain
Facilitators Trainings and translation in other languages – Facts & Figures
- Over 1000 Facilitators have been trained from around 50 countries.
- 25 Trainings have been conducted by The Janki Foundation, including 11 internationally.
- Several trainings have been conducted in India by Global Hospital and Retreat Centre (Mt Abu) & BSES Hospital (Mumbai); these are ongoing.
- A few trainings have been run by Values in Healthcare Association of South Africa with invitees from neighbouring countries.
- The programme or parts of the programme have been translated into 13 languages: Portuguese, Spanish, Italian (printed), French, German (printed), Dutch, Hindi, Thai, Polish, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic and Mandarin
- About 20 countries are actively using the programme.
Please see past newsletters under the News page for detailed information about the above.