All ideas welcome empowering staff to affect and sustain change
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All ideas welcome empowering staff to affect and sustain change

Alison Moore Freelance journalist

Five NHS employers are learning how to engage with staff across their organisations, put their ideas into practice, and improve quality and safety

All providers want to improve the quality of their services, and generally they want to involve their staff in doing so. But bringing about lasting change in a big organisation is difficult. Initiatives are frequently imposed from above and fail because of a lack of grassroots support and understanding.

Nursing Standard. 32, 9, 18-21. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.9.18.s22

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