Birmingham: Creating a Healthier NHS


    Institute of Group Analysis





    Through the care and psychological containment of staff


    Wednesday 5th November 2014, 2.00 - 5.00pm

    Uffculme Centre
    52 Queensbridge Road
    B13 8QY

    Hosted by John Short
    (Chief exec. BSMHFT)

    Places are limited so please book now

    Tel: 020 7431 2693

    Click here to download a PDF version of the flyer

    Have your say! Collectively we can make a difference

    BSMHFT is delighted to announce its involvement in a new collaborative project with the the Institute of Group Analysis,  RCGP,  RCPsych,  Royal Society for Public Health and the British Medical Association among others.

    It is agreed by all that there is a need for change within the NHS with regards to the care and psychological containment of staff, and this working group proposes that a Charter/Manifesto be developed with a view to this being adopted by all main political parties prior to the general election in May 2015. The vision is to have a practical document which commissioners can apply to all who work within the NHS and which must also apply to existing staff, services and contractors.

    You are invited to have your say at this event, one of a series of listening events across the country.

    A group of managers and clinicians drawn from a number of organisations will collate the outputs of the listening events. These will be disseminated to national policy makers and political leaders such that they can deliver on the commitments made in the NHS Constitution.

    This process will be in a group analytic context and will be composed of a series of group listening events followed by a larger conference in order to launch the charter.

    Following these events, which will be transcribed, a Charter/Manifesto will be put together with a view to launching the document at the IGA/UKCP Conference which will take place on 28 March 2015 in London. We aim to ensure that this Charter is adopted by all main political parties prior to the general election in May 2015.  It is anticipated that we will attract many NHS frontline staff, commissioners, managers and politicians to these events.

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