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I work in a Trust where the Speak up Guardian is a nominal part time post, designed for someone who will follow the rules of the Trust and someone who wont rock the boat.  They recently advertised for a new Speak up Guardian and it appeared to be that the most important criteria for getting the job was to be able to produce suitable reports for the Board.  This is not how it should be. It should be someone who is not governed by the Trust they work for, but someone who is totally...

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I have mobility problems and have just been diagnosed with severe arthritis , which mean I cannot walk far and I get really fatigued mid afternoon onwards.  My husband drops me off at work at 7am as he starts at 7.15am and I struggle with buses.  I am not allowed to start work at that time despite working in an office and not having a service need to worry about so I end up working from 8am - 4pm, and that first hour is disregarded. I requested changing my hours to help with my severe...

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The Trust I work for is all about saving money, however, the way they are going about it is awful.  Since we got our new Chief Exec, money has been found to employ more and more of the most senior staff, with new office, secretaries and equipment etc.  The amount of our Very senior managers has almost doubled now, and there is always another role being advertised.  However, down at the bottom end of the pay scales. I know a band 4 who has been threatened with demotion, due to not wanting to...

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There does seem to be an excess of managers, usually not the ones that deal with patients, but the ones that are behind the scenes.  Maybe a streamline of these service would provide income enough for more doctors and nurses.  What do people think?

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In a nutshell, patients should be the ones to measure success.  How long they had to wait to be seen, how long before their treatment, was it successful for them, was it sorted out, did it get worse....all simple questions but ones that a patient wants to know the answers to.  For them it is simple, get better, for the clinicians it is how many people through their doors.  Simple maths, should equate to a better service by more people through the doors. Hospitals and doctors should be 24/7,...

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Morganth

Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Sep 11, 2018

How long have you worked in health or care?
Between 5 & 10 years

Where in the UK are you based?
North East England

What type of organisation do you work for?
An NHS Trust or Foundation Trust

Where do you work?
A hospital - Office based

What is your role?
Administrative & Clerical

Can we contact you about the ideas you submit via email?
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