We want to support organisations to display the conditions, behaviours and practices that enable those working in the NHS to have joy in work. Staff who enjoy and look forward to their job, have good relationships with colleagues and feel engaged in the meaning and purpose of their work are less likely to experience burnout. A joyful workplace is also linked with higher quality care, higher productivity and better patient experience. With burnout at such significant levels in the NHS, how can organisations achieve joy in work for their staff?
Join us on 6 November for an afternoon exploring this topic. We are thrilled to be joined by Derek Feeley, President and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), who will talk about the framework they have developed. We will also hear from local organisations who are using a tool to monitor and support staff engagement in improvement.
This event is open to all in the Q community, though priority will be given to those in the UCLPartners Improvement Network if it is oversubscribed. There will be a drinks reception from 17:00-19:00 to allow time for connecting and informal networking.