The Psychologically informed policy and practice development (PIPP) project investigated current workplace concerns, barriers to change and opportunities for development and growth, and was a collaborative project run by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, UK Research and Innovation and the University of Bath.
This document details specific evidence-based recommendations relating to four key areas identified as prioritised targets in emergency care workforce development:
- An environment to thrive in
- Cultivating a better culture
- A tailored pathway of care
- Enhanced leadership
The recommendations are detailed, supported by evidence, existing guidelines and new empirical data, and are specific to the needs of the emergency care specialty.
Psychologically informed policy and practice development (PIPP) project - Key recommendations for retention and workforce wellbeing in emergency care (January 2023) https://rcem.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/PiPP_Project_Key_Study_Recommendations_V2.pdf
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