Nuffield Summit 2018 - HR in all policies, how the NHS can become a good employer

In this year's Nuffield Summit round table we're asking, how can the NHS become a good employer? At the moment, there is a recruitment and retention crisis across the workforce, doctors and nurses are leaving the NHS in droves, rota gaps are prevalent. A recent BMA survey showed that the majority of junior doctors are now planning to take a career break. So against this backdrop, what can the NHS do to nurture it's employees, and make medicine an exciting proposition for the millennial, and subsequent, generations. Taking part are: Fiona Godlee (Chair), editor-in-chief, The BMJ Candace Imison, director of policy, The Nuffield Trust Bob Klaber, consultant paediatrician and associate medical director, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Claire Lemer, consultant in general paediatrics and service transformation, Guys and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust Nishma Manek, GP trainee in London, national medical director’s clinical fellow Clifford Mann, consultant in Emergency Medicine, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust, national clinical advisor for NHS England’s Accident and Emergency Improvement Plan
Source: The BMJ Podcast - Category: General Medicine Authors: Source Type: podcasts