In collaboration with Bright Horizons, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Trust and North Bristol NHS Trust
The demands on health professional employees have been continuous over the last year, and staff commitment has been legendary. This webinar offers an opportunity for those who lead and implement workforce wellbeing and work-life programmes to come together and discuss what works as we continue to support our valued workforces.
We’ll explore together what Well-being means in these challenging times and what works best to support it. The NHS Workforce National Health & Wellbeing Framework sets out clearly the necessary enablers and evidence-based interventions, and we’ll take a look at examples in use in NHS Trust organisations. We’ll look at making the business case and working out Return on Investment for some different measures.
As part of this, we’ll unpick some practical ways that working parents and carers can be supported through the provision of care and back-up care for workers’ children or adult dependants, as Karen Adewoyin, of Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Hospital Trust, will describe.
Taking care of family care can play a role in enabling staff to be present, especially during these unpredictable times, as well as easing pressures and stress.
Chair: Nicky Ingham, Executive Director, HPMA
Karen Adewoyin, Deputy Director of People and OD, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Hospital Trust
Guy Dickson, Head of People Strategy, North Bristol NHS Trust
Jennifer Liston-Smith, Head of Thought Leadership, Bright Horizons Work+Family Solutions