Raising concerns share and learn forum

When: 15 / 3 / 2017 11am - 15 / 3 / 2017 3pm

When: 15 / 3 / 2017 11am - 15 / 3 / 2017 3pm
Where: Horizon, Leeds 
Address: 2 Brewery Wharf
Kendall Street
Leeds
LS10 1JR
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Share and learn provides NHS directors, HR and senior managers with an opportunity to find out the latest on raising concerns and positive culture change. NHS Employers is keen to use these quarterly forums to support organisations who have yet to appoint a Freedom to Speak Up (FTSU) guardian. 

When and where

  • 15 March 2017 from 11am until 3pm (registration and refreshments from 10.30am), Horizon Conference Centre, Leeds.

Purpose 

Share and learn is designed to support employers to improve raising concerns locally through effective culture change. It is also a space to facilitate discussions around implementing the principles, recommendations and actions from FTSU  and Kate Lampard's lessons learnt report. This includes presentations from FTSU guardians and the progress they are making to encourage an open and transparent culture.

Share and learn provides delegates with an opportunity to hear about national developments, share local challenges/progress and work through practical solutions.

How to book

Email raisingconcerns@nhsemployers.org with details of your NHS organisation, role in relation to raising concerns and any dietary or special requirements. You will receive an email within two working days confirming your place. 

If you are a Freedom to Speak Up Guardian who would like to share what you are doing locally, please email the above address with a brief outline. If you wish to network with other guardians, please contact the National Guardian's Office for regional engagement information and opportunities. 

EVENT CONTACT DETAILS

Raising Concerns
raisingconcerns@nhsemployers.org

When:
15 / 3 / 2017 11am - 15 / 3 / 2017 3pm
Where: Horizon, Leeds 
Address:
2 Brewery Wharf
Kendall Street
Leeds
LS10 1JR
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