Monthly Archives: March 2015

Put back the Heart campaign update 

During the last week of March, a small group of Senior managers from HR, Ops, Clinical and EOC, met with us to look at addressing the top 3 stressors staff raised in our #PBTH survey: Late finishes, individual performance management (inc … Continue reading

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UNISON survey demonstrates urgent need for change at East of England Ambulance Trust

UNISON have started a campaign in the East of England Ambulance Service to persuade the Trust to better support all staff. The campaign, “Put back the Heart‘ highlights the need for cultural changes throughout the Trust, and aims to make … Continue reading

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Watford – UNISON launches ‘Put back the Heart’ campaign to support Ambulance staff

UNISON has launched a campaign “Put back the heart”, which is calling for cultural changes throughout trust and aims to make staff support a key priority in every decision. The survey also stated that 1 per cent of staff felt … Continue reading

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Essex – Hundreds of Paramedics may quit due to stress

The survey revealed only one per cent think the board treat staff with respect of care about their welfare. However Chief Executive Dr Anthony Marsh, formely the head of the Essex service, fares much better with about two thirds of staff … Continue reading

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Bedfordshire News – Campaign highlights high stress levels in Ambulance staff

Fraer Stevenson UNISON Branch Secretary said, “Staff are consistently providing a very high level of care to our patients, through face to face clinical care, and other vital roles, such as call takers, dispatchers, and support services staff. “This survey … Continue reading

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EDP24 – Only 1% of East of England Ambulance Service Staff trust their Directors

Staff feel that most members of the trust’s management cared more about meeting targets than patients. Only Dr Marsh was believed to care more about patients, 68pc, than meeting performance targets, 46pc. The UNISON survey also found that finishing late caused … Continue reading

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