We recently got involved in NHS Change Day. It’s a movement that aims to change the NHS at a grass roots level, involving staff, patients and members of the general public to make pledges that will improve health provision and wellbeing. Here’s what we got up to.
I recently attended an event launching NHS Change Day 2014. One theme discussed was stigma, stereotyping and how to change individuals’ and practitioners’ perceptions towards all kinds of people and groups in our multicultural society. Continue reading
NHS Change Day is a movement that started after a Twitter discussion in November 2012 amongst a few NHS employees. It encourages individuals and teams to overcome hierarchical constraints and change the way the NHS operates. Leadership of change is driven by those outside the upper echelons. Continue reading