Raising concerns (whistleblowing)

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Having an open and responsive raising concerns culture where staff feel confident to speak up when things go wrong, is one of the key elements of ensuring a safe and effective workforce. Here employers can find the latest information, guidance, tools and resources designed to support organisations to enhance local arrangements.

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Information for employers

This page outlines a number of key considerations, resources and case studies which will be useful to take into account when reviewing and developing local arrangements

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Resources for managers

Read the guidance and resources we have available to managers when supporting staff when raising concerns.

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Information for NHS staff

If you are unsure about how to raise a concern, this section signposts you to who you need to contact.

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FAQs

Frequently asked questions relating to raising concerns in the NHS.

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Legislation and policy

Here we highlight the legislation and policy that underpins raising concerns.

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