Help review the NHS Chaplaincy Guidelines

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Over the last three months NHS Employers has engaged with chaplains, NHS managers and equality leads to review the NHS Chaplaincy Guidelines which were published in 2015. The guidelines provide a comprehensive description of good practice in chaplaincy care for the NHS in England.

We are running two workshops in London to gather further insights, which will help shape a revision to the NHS Chaplaincy Guidelines in 2019.

Wednesday 20 February 2019, 10.30am - 2.30pm
To engage specifically with patients and patient representative groups. Find out more information and book your place.

Wednesday 20 March 2019, 10.30am - 2.30pm 
To engage with chaplains and representatives from minority faith backgrounds working within the NHS/healthcare. Find out more information and book your place.

Please help promote these workshops to your patient representative groups, and also chaplains and representatives from minority faith backgrounds working in the NHS and healthcare. 

Further information

Download the NHS Chaplaincy Guidelines and find out more information on chaplaincy and the NHS staff experience. 

Should you have any questions regarding the review of the guidelines and also the workshops please contact diversityandinclusion@nhsemployers.org

 

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