The director of staff experience & engagement at NHS England reflects on how the pandemic and the NHS People Plan have made staff wellbeing a key priority.
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This is a summary of the findings of a rapid evidence review and economic analysis commissioned by The International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO) to advise policymakers on how to improve NHS staff wellbeing.
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Researchers at King’s College London are using VR to train NHS staff, managers and leaders in order to help them understand the adverse workplace experiences of their ethnic minority staff
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The crisis in NHS and care staffing dates back to before the pandemic struck – but COVID-19 has heightened levels of staff stress and sickness to such an extent that a whole new approach to leadership is now required