Why NHS trusts should employ ‘corporate psychologists’

Narinder Kapur

Behavioural and cognitive issues lie at the heart of many problems facing hospital NHS trusts, whether they relate to patient care or staff wellbeing. These issues can best be managed if each major hospital trust has dedicated corporate psychologists assigned to these two domains, writes Narinder Kapur

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