The NHS National Workforce Skills Development Unit has created this framework aimed at helping health and social care employers improve the mental wellbeing of their employees.
The NHS National Workforce Skills Development Unit has created this framework to help NHS employers improve the mental wellbeing of their employees. It’s designed to be used as the basis for a facilitated group session, and can be used within smaller teams as well as at an organisation level. It talks about the impact of leadership, capacity and capability on workforce mental wellbeing, and what employers need to consider when planning a mental wellbeing strategy.
It also explores five pillars to help you structure your thinking when reflecting on your organisation. These are:
The NHS Health and Wellbeing Framework helps NHS organisations to plan and implement their own approach for improving staff health and wellbeing. It includes underlying structural and cultural aspects as well as a range of targeted and preventative measures.
This toolkit provides practical tips and step-by-step information to help NHS employers to implement the six parts of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) workplace guidance.
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