Raising concerns share and learn forumĀ 

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Raising concerns share and learn provides NHS HR and senior managers with a forum to hear the national perspective in relation to Freedom to Speak Up. It's also a place to share local issues and discuss challenges, and solutions, in an open and informal environment.

Led by NHS Employers, we give you scope to inform the agenda, to ensure maximum value for those working in the NHS tasked with improving the culture around raising concerns.

The role of NHS Employers

We work with employers to help improve and encourage a culture of openess in relation to raising concerns. Share and learn helps us to engage with individuals responsible for improving and dealing with concerns, identifying areas which require support, tools or resources.

This engagement strengthens our employer voice, allowing us to effectively represent local thinking to policy makers, and other key stakeholders, involved in improving the culture of raising concerns.

Format of share and learn

Share and learn is held quarterly, alternating between Leeds and London and runs from 11 am (registration from 10.30 am) to 3 pm with lunch and networking opportunities. The agenda is driven by current hot topics and includes presentations and discussions from members and external speakers.

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Joining our virtual expert network

The virtual expert network currently consists of 170 NHS HR Directors and senior managers with an interest or responsibility for raising concerns. If you would like to join the virtual network or come along to our next share and learn meeting, please email raisingconcerns@nhsemployers.org.

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