Poor practice: what makes nurses feel confident to speak up?
In the wake of the Lucy Letby murder trial, nurses are raising concerns about how staff who speak out are treated. We ask our readers what would make a difference
Following the Lucy Letby case, nurses are raising concerns about the treatment of healthcare professionals who speak out about poor practice.
One suggestion from the Westminster government is to strengthen Freedom to Speak Up (FTSU) policies across the NHS, ensuring all staff know how to contact their local FTSU guardians.
Would this help you to feel safe when raising concerns about poor practice? What else would give you the confidence to speak up? We asked our readers’ panel.