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Freedom to speak up

A new report from National Guardian’s Office illustrates the challenges and benefits of implementing freedom to speak up in different primary care and integrated care settings.

Exploring freedom to speak up identifies two models to support primary care organisations in developing their speaking up arrangements.  Freedom to speak up within an organisation – such as a GP practice or dental surgery; or a clinical commissioning group and freedom to speak up within a network or defined structure – for example a partnership; a local support; or an integrated care system. More....