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Health Action Training

Academic Researcher Theatre


Health Action Training (HAT) are a unique and innovative company who use techniques that draw from actor training and applied drama to teach improved person-centred communication for health professionals, offering a fresh and up-to-date approach to communication training. This methodology includes a blend of improvisation games, applied puppetry, actor training, role play, practice of communication frameworks, exploration of evidence-based practice, and more. HAT courses are designed to enhance learners’ understanding of attention, objectives, and intentional action. 

HAT’s mission is to help people to connect with themselves and each other, as individuals and communities, and support a global network committed to an ethics of care and meeting the needs of all people everywhere. HAT achieve this by teaching skills of attention, collaboration, and respect, building on the relationships, courage and compassion that make us human and help us grow. 

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