Stories & Impact

This collaborative represents one of the largest QI programmes globally on this topic and despite happening during a consistently challenging period due to the COVID-19 Omicron variant, participating teams have had numerous successes.

At the end of the 12-month collaborative, results from the weekly surveys completed by each team showed an improvement across the three outcome measures: 

  • A 51% improvement in the percentage of people who have enjoyed being at work frequently

  • A 41% improvement in the percentage of people who are experiencing no symptoms of burnout 

  • A 42% improvement in the percentage of people who are extremely likely to recommend their team as a place to work

View the collaborative's aggregate charts aggregate charts and end of programme theory of change.


Celebrating the achievements of the Collaborative

We would like to congratulate all teams involved in the Enjoying Work Collaborative. This video gives a small insight into the hard work and achievements of everyone involved.

Stories from the participating teams

Participating teams documented their journey and experience of the Enjoying Work Collaborative. See what you can learn from them. 

Health Education England - Communications & Engagement Team

Aug 9, 2022, 14:06 by Hazel Webb
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