The Social Partnership Forum (SPF) is committed to working together to support the NHS to deliver its workforce priorities.
Creating positive workplace cultures and tackling bullying in the NHS: a collective call to action
The SPF encourgaes NHS employersto work in partnership with their trade union representatives, to build postive workplace cultures.
The Francis Inquiry - key messages
The SPF responsed to the findings and recommendations of the Francis Report- identifying six key messages.
The SPF encourages a partnership approach to increase the uptake of the flu vaccination among the front line NHS staff.
Acess useful resources from the Learning for Life campaign, which aimed to increase workplace learning.
The SPF remains committed to the aims set out in the NHS Constitution to improve patient care through positive staff engagement.
Raising Concerns (whistleblowing)
The Social Partnership Forum endorses the Whistleblowing Helpline and also produced a guide, Speak up for a healthy NHS, on how to implement and review whistleblowing arrangements within the workplace.
NHS Staff Survey
The NHS staff survey is the single biggest staff engagement event for the NHS. It demonstrates an ongoing commitment to the importance of listening and acting on the views of staff.
Health and Wellbeing
To deliver high quality patient care, the NHS needs staff that are healthy, well and at work. Looking after the health and wellbeing of staff directly contributes to the delivery of quality patient care.
The SPF Staff Transfer Guide
The SPF Staff Transfer Guide is an online resource designed to support staff who are facing transfer to providers of NHS funded services in England.
Supporting system change
The SPF is supporting effective partnership working in system transformation.).