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Freedom to Speak Up - New Poster

Publication date: April 2021

You can now download a poster which promotes the new Freedom to Speak Up Guardian service which supports people working in the NHS to raise a concern. 

Any members of staff from GP practices can speak up about concerns they have which they feel are not being listened to by their own management reporting. Reasons someone may wish to speak up might include if they feel they are being affected by racism or discrimination.

Download a Freedom to Speak Up Guardian service poster (PDF). 

More information on the service, including how to raise a concern can be found here.  

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