The Wellbeing at Work Award
For the NHS Long Term Plan to succeed, we need to ensure we have enough people, in the right place with the right skills and experience, so that staff have the time they need to effectively care for patients. This award is for the person or team that has successfully trialled and implemented change(s) that have made the NHS a better place to work.
This could be through:
- designing new approaches to improve recruitment and retention of staff;
- developing safe, confidential non-stigmatising services for staff to turn to when they are struggling and need help;
- finding new ways for staff to progress in within their roles;
- implementing new ways for the NHS to cut emissions, energy use or waste to create a greener NHS; or
- leading the charge in efforts to address discrimination, violence, bullying and harassment.