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A sure start for new workers

Christine Evans, Adele Hood, Sara Galletly

British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, Volume: 4, Issue: 4, Pages: 174 - 176

Swansea University Author: Sara Galletly

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Abstract

A range of induction programmes are available for support workers throughout the NHS but these may not be accessed until days or even weeks following recruitment. Traditionally, in many organizations support workers start their first day in post with no prior training or introduction. This can leave...

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Published in: British Journal of Healthcare Assistants
ISSN: 1753-1586 2052-4420
Published: Mark Allen Group 2010
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa60104
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Abstract: A range of induction programmes are available for support workers throughout the NHS but these may not be accessed until days or even weeks following recruitment. Traditionally, in many organizations support workers start their first day in post with no prior training or introduction. This can leave them feeling vulnerable and demoralised. An innovative approach to the delivery of an accredited induction programme for newly recruited support workers has recently been launched in Aneurin Bevan Health Board, Wales. This article outlines the induction programme and the perceived benefits.
College: College of Human and Health Sciences
Issue: 4
Start Page: 174
End Page: 176