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A KNOW-PH short of the NIHR evidence

Wellbeing

Workplace

What can National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) evidence tell us about workforce wellbeing?

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Methods

Findings

Findings

Findings

Findings

Findings

Findings

Key studies

6

Primary focus of study settings

NHS

Time period of studies

2011-23

In summary

1. Stress and burnout

Individual interventions have limited effect; focus on whole healthcare organisation needed

Riley et al. studies (2021, 2022); Panagioti et al. (2019)

recommendations to reduce the risk of bullying in the NHS

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2. Bullying

Illing et al. (2013)

Conflict management skills

Shared understanding of un/acceptable behaviour

Insight into own behaviour

Key anti-bullying training intervention mechanisms

Illing et al. (2013)

3. Suicide

Building supportive workplaces

Riley et al. (2023)

4. e-learning to reduce sickness

Pilot RCT: guided e-learning health promotion intervention for managers

A small benefit from the intervention on well-being [... and] a low intervention uptake by managers suggesting that education alone may be insufficient

Stansfeld et al. (2015)

Learning

Learning points

Low uptake and interest.Difficult context for controlled trials. Other methods (mixed) required.

studies

Occupational Health

Organisational wide approaches needed.

stress

NHS

forward

Thinking

MSK, healthy lifestyle, whole-of-workplace

A range of projects

13 collaborative studies

NIHR Health and Work programme 2023-

www.know-ph.ac.uk

elizabeth.such@nottingham.ac.uk

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KNOW-PH is funded by the NIHR Public Health Research programme (NIHR159057). The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care