Beyond demoralisation’ – Listening & responding to NHS frontline staff at a time of intense pressure is everyone’s business


Our Implementation arm, the Improvement Academy, have published the a new report that details NHS staff experiences of working under prolonged intense pressure, alongside four offers of support designed to respond to immediate need and learn new ways to help.

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