Campaigns

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NHS Employers is at the leading edge of communications, engagement and campaigning in the NHS. We lead on high profile campaigns to encourage positive change among the NHS workforce and its leaders.

Our Personal, Fair and Diverse campaign has 5,000 champions working on the ground to promote equality in the NHS and our Care Maker campaign has created over 1,000 Care Makers who act as ambassadors for the 6Cs and are committed to spreading the word about Compassion in Practice across the NHS.

Our Flu fighter campaign strives to improve patient care by encouraging frontline staff to protect themselves, their family and their patients by having their annual flu jab.

We work with the NHS Leadership Academy on 'Do OD', the first national Organisational Development (OD) resource for the NHS. We also provide support and guidance to NHS health visiting service providers to develop and grow their workforce as they work to meet the Government's commitment to recruit an extra 4,200 extra health visitors into the NHS by 2015. Explore these campaigns in more detail, and find out how to get involved on the pages below.

 

Flu bugs and mugs

flu fighter

In this flu fighter section of the website, you will find the tools and resources to help you run an effective flu fighter campaign as part of your resilience plan for winter pressures.

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Do OD: Organisational development

Do OD is the first national organisational development resource for the NHS brought to you by NHS Employers and the NHS Leadership Academy.

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HSJ Women Leaders Network

An engaging community for women leaders and aspiring women leaders working across health and care.

Think Future

ThinkFuture

Our new campaign supports employers to recruit more young people to their workforce.

Caremakers compassion in practice

Care Makers

Care Makers are ambassadors of the 6Cs and compassionate care. Find out more about the Care Makers network on the Care Makers hub.

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Health visitor workforce hub

We provide advice and guidance to health visiting service providers, helping you to grow and develop your workforce as set out in the Health Visitor implementation plan.

Kate Granger

#hellomynameis

The “hello my name is” campaign was started by Dr Kate Granger after she became frustrated with the number of staff who failed to introduce themselves to her when she was an inpatient with post-operative sepsis.

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Creating a personal, fair & diverse NHS

Join our vibrant network of champions who are committed to taking action, however small, to create a personal, fair and diverse workplace.

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