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Civility Charter for staff and learners & 'Be Civil, Be Kind' Poem

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If students are treated with civility and respect and feel a sense of belonging in your organisation they will be more likely to seek employment as a registrant in your organisation. This case study shows how the Liverpool Heart and Chest NHS FT developed a civility charter to promote a culture of belongingness amongst staff and students. The poem, 'Be Civil, Be Kind' wirtten by Justine Brislen offers food for thought about the potential impact of incivility on peoples health and wellbeing at work.

Contributed by: NHS England North West RePAIR Hub
Authored by: Justine Brislen, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Lead for Clinical and Medial Education
Charles Cowburn, Liverpool Heart and Chest NHS Foundation Trust, Practice Education Facilitator
Liverpool Heart and Chest NHS Foundation Trust
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Last updated: 10 February 2023
First contributed: 19 October 2022
Audience access level: Full user


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