Draw the line: raising concerns, together we can make a difference

When: 21 / 4 / 2015 10.30am - 21 / 4 / 2015 4pm

When: 21 / 4 / 2015 10.30am - 21 / 4 / 2015 4pm
Where: London
Address: 110 Rochester Row
Victoria
London
SW1P 1JP
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*PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL*

Audience

HR directors and their deputies, HR advisors, senior managers, line managers.

Focus of the event

Following Sir Robert Francis' report on Freedom to Speak Up and the more recent publication of Kate Lampard's Lessons Learnt report in relation to the Savile investigations, workforce leaders are now faced with a number of specific actions which are targeted at building safeguarding arrangements and fostering an open and responsive reporting culture. 

This event will give opportunity to talk about some of the challenges faced when concerns are raised; hear from a selection of guest speakers about the different approaches they have taken to engage staff and foster a more positive open culture, and share lessons learnt.

We will also discuss our new 'Draw the line' resources which are intended to help facilitate engagement between managers and the board, senior teams, wider management teams and staff about the importance of raising concerns.

There will also be an opportunity to work through a new scenario based tool which is intended to help facilitate a healthy debate about patient safety and other such concerns.

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Book your place

Please note all places have now been filled. If you would like to join the waiting list for this event please email eventbookings@nhsemployers.org


When: 21 / 4 / 2015 10.30am - 21 / 4 / 2015 4pm
Where: London
Address: 110 Rochester Row
Victoria
London
SW1P 1JP
Add to Google Calendar
Download iCalendar file

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