New film shows dedication of 111 call centre staff

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A new film to support the work of the NHS Integrated Urgent Care Workforce Development Programme challenges us all to get behind NHS 111 and the drive towards an Integrated Urgent Care service.

Introduced by Nick Hall, Head of Urgent Care delivery at NHS England, the film includes interviews with health advisors and clinical health advisors who talk about the rewards, and challenges, of working for the NHS 111 service.

The films intended audience is for commissioners and providers alike, we’re also encouraging NHS organisations to share this film with their colleagues


The film project was conceived by Katie Breeze, Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Manager for the NHS IUC Workforce Development Programme and produced by Steven Buckley, Head of Strategic Communications, South Central and West CSU.
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