Review of practitioner studies of engagement

Jenny Holmes, Luke Fletcher, Jonathan Buzzeo, Dilys Robinson, Catherine Truss, Adrian Madden, Kerstin Alfes

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Abstract

This paper reviews 14 practitioner studies on engagement. These studies identified seven key themes in relation to tools and resources which organisations and managers can put into place to foster and embed high levels of engagement. These can be used to form evidence-based recommendations for practice, particularly for NHS organisations.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNational Institute for Health Research / NHS Employers
Number of pages65
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014

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Holmes, J., Fletcher, L., Buzzeo, J., Robinson, D., Truss, C., Madden, A., & Alfes, K. (2014). Review of practitioner studies of engagement. National Institute for Health Research / NHS Employers.
Holmes, Jenny ; Fletcher, Luke ; Buzzeo, Jonathan ; Robinson, Dilys ; Truss, Catherine ; Madden, Adrian ; Alfes, Kerstin. / Review of practitioner studies of engagement. National Institute for Health Research / NHS Employers, 2014. 65 p.
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National Institute for Health Research / NHS Employers, 2014. 65 p.

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