NHS Employers responds to NHS England's announcement on NHS staff health and wellbeing

Sue Covill

02 / 9 / 2015 9.24am

Sue Covill, Director of Development and Employment at the NHS Employers organisation, said:

"The biggest annual survey of NHS staff showed managers are doing more to support workforce health and well-being. There are over 50 per cent more programmes supporting staff health and wellbeing now compared to 2010. NHS staff are now more confident  than ever in reporting stress and mental health problems.

"We cannot be complacent. As demand on the NHS grows, efforts to improve the health and well-being of staff are very important, not only for staff but also to improve patient outcomes.”

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