London Ambulance Service Trust – No ordinary challenge – increasing mentoring capacity by introducing training stations
Needing to recruit 700 clinicians in a year, London Ambulance Service Trust set up training stations where experienced educators could mentor two new members of staff at once.
A selection of those being trained and mentored rated their experience at 98 out of 100. Sickness rates were well below the Trust average.
Judges said this initiative made a “real difference to staff morale and patient care in a challenging environment”.
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