PIEs community on-line working groups

Please note that these PIElink members forums are only just beginning. To express an interest in getting involved, please follow the email links suggested under each topic.

For the continuous learning and evolution of the PIEs approach itself, for 2021 we wish to launch further collaboration groups to explore developments and emerging issues in PIEs practice.  We are inviting contributions to four new on-line working groups.  These are:

  1. Psychologically informed boundary setting
  2. Top-to-toe PIE embedding
  3. PIEs in general needs housing
  4. Finding a service user-friendly language

Psychologically informed boundary setting : HERE
Can we have – or rather, how can we have – boundaries set with Psychological Awareness?

Top-to-toe PIE embedding : HERE
A discussion area for services that are keen to embed the PIE approach throughout the whole of the organisation, from the Board of Governors to the frontline of services – from top to toe.

PIEs in general needs housing : HERE
Can the PIEs approach infuse general needs housing, and help develop new community support models, to tackle isolation?

Finding a service user-friendly language : HERE
Can we now help to create a more ‘street language' for the Pizazz, to support user involvements in local needs and strengths audits, for a ‘PIE of pathways ’.

 

If these are issues that reflect 'where you are at', and the challenges that appeal to you – or to your service users – do get in touch. We have some early drafting of ideas that we would like to share, to make this, too, a full community of practice development.

Further background reading/listening/viewing

Discussions, questions and forums : (PIElink sections)

  • Discussions : (HERE)
  • Questions : (HERE)

PIElink on-line forum pages

Psychologically informed boundary setting : HERE

Top-to-toe PIE embedding : HERE

PIEs in general needs housing : HERE

Finding a service user-friendly language : HERE

 

Is the PIE evolving? (summary) : HERE

PIEs 1, 2 - and 3? : HERE

 

Library items

(Please note: you will need to be registered and logged in, to access items from the members' Library.)

Learning and Enquiry and the cycles of practice-based learning : HERE