BMJ Podcast – 15 seconds to improve your workplace

By 15th August 2018Uncategorised
Click here to play the 15s30m BMJ podcast

By Dr Cat Chatfield, GP & BMJ health editor.

15s30m is a social movement to reduce frustration & increase joy – the idea is to spend 15 seconds of your time now, and save someone else 30 minutes down the line.

To talk about their movement we’re joined by the founders, Rachel Pilling, consultant ophthalmologist, and Dan Wadsworth, transformation manager – both from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

They explain why this is quality improvement, but doesn’t require a lot of theory or permission to put in place, and why empowering staff to make small changes increases joy and reduces frustration.

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