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What are we working on?

To help support the workforce adapt and change, we are focusing on: 

  • supporting integrated working
  • supporting staff engagement

Integrated working

The integrated working required for a successful urgent and emergency care system needs to be based on solid cross-sector relationships if it is to succeed. 

Current work highlights

We will be holding a roundtable in the autumn, with the royal colleges, to discuss how clinicians and clinical modelling can support the development of financial models.

Previous work highlights

Staff engagement

Staff engagement is a key ingredient in helping the NHS meet the range of current challenges that it faces. 

Current work highlights

NHS Employers is continually adding to a range of resources that aim to help organisations improve their staff engagement. 

Visit the NHS Employer's webpages on staff engagement.

Previous work highlights

We have produced a series of resources, in partnership with the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, which highlight the importance of staff engagement and good inter-organisational relationships to quality improvement. 

View the resources.

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