Sustaining the momentum

Making an impact is sometimes the easy part, but keeping a strategy going and sustaining an approach that continues to make an impact on staff and keep them engaged is often the challenge.

By involving your staff in understanding data, providing support and developing programmes to enhance their health and wellbeing, trusts can improve morale and really develop a staff centred approach benefitting employees and improving patient care.

In order to sustain momentum we need to look at the figures. What information do we have about health and wellbeing and what can this tell us?

How to keep your health and wellbeing strategy alive

Writing your health and wellbeing strategy is often the easy part as the evidence base is clear. Making it relevant, engaging with staff and delivering the strategy is the challenge. Here we bring you six ways to help you keep your strategy alive.

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Evaluating your health and wellbeing programme

Find out how to evaluate your health and wellbeing strategy by following our simple guide.

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Making the most of your metrics

Metrics are all about making raw and basic data easy to interpret and understand. They help you recognise good practise and spot areas that you need to improve on.


Calendar of national campaigns 2019 to 2020

A selection of health and wellbeing events and awareness days to help you plan ahead and consider running a local campaign within your organisation.


Using demographics

Find out more about demographics, including useful links and actions on using them within your own organisation. The more you know about your staff, the better you can target and satisfy their health and wellbeing needs in a meaningful way.

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