Mental Health: Supporting NHS Workforce Resilience
About this Event
Looking after the mental health and wellbeing of the NHS workforce is essential in delivering world class care and patient safety. COVID-19 thrust NHS staff under a spotlight; but as the applause fades, the people who make-up the NHS must carry on.
In August, NHS Providers surveyed 140 leaders from NHS Trusts and Foundations across England, almost all (99%) said they were extremely or moderately concerned by the current level of burnout across the workforce. The Doctor’s Association UK undertook a poll of 1,758 doctors across the UK, when asked where they saw themselves working in the next one-to-three years, 65% (1,143) of respondents said they would be leaving the NHS; 45% cited the impact of the pandemic on their mental health as a driving factor in their considerations.
This CPD accredited conference programme by Open Forum Events is a platform to discuss evidence based policy recommendations for improving support for NHS staff, hear from workforce-lead initiatives strengthening the representation of doctors and filling shortages in NHS services; as well as engaging with NHS trusts creating workplace cultures that empower and support staff.
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