South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust: #allofus wellbeing campaign

Raising awareness of the help available to staff to look after themselves ensured South West Yorkshire Partnership FT achieved its staff wellbeing commissioning for quality and innovation and led to greater use of support services, such as physiotherapy and occupational health.

With just a £5,000 budget, using low-cost ways of reaching staff – such as on Twitter, through posters and on the trust’s intranet platform – were important but a 36-page magazine also helped get to key audiences with carefully selected case studies.

Staff were involved in developing the campaign and wellbeing is now included on appraisal documentation. Results have included an improvement in flu vaccination uptake from 33 per cent to 73.5 per cent, 48 per cent increase in self-referrals to physiotherapy, 30 per cent increase in staff counselling referrals and a 191 per cent increase in occupational health self-referrals.

Nearly two thirds of staff said the campaign made them think there was more support available than they realised and 93 per cent recalled the #allofus brand.

Read a detailed case study about this project at HSJ Solutions


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