UNISON recognises that nursing staff are, at times, working under extreme situations. Despite securing significant investment in some areas, UNISON continues to share the concerns of our nursing and midwifery members across Scotland who continue to tell us that they are expected to: work through breaks, after hours or in a way that leaves them vulnerable to accusations that they are not providing appropriate care to patients.
UNISON has developed the Duty of Care app as a direct response to the concerns raised by many UNISON members who are worried they may be putting patient care and/or their own registration at risk. We want you to report the challenges you face, whether it is: reduced staffing levels; lack of equipment; reduced admin support; reduced training and support; violence in the workplace; or just not enough time to spend with patients.
UNISON wants to help you raise your concerns and to support you to secure a better workplace environment with higher standards of patient care. By using our app, your concerns will go direct to UNISON and your local Director of Nursing.
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Great for staff of any union to report concerns
This simple to use app is a fast and effective way to back up a datix report. It ensures that concerns raised over staffing levels or inability to provide patient care is listened to my management with the support of UNISON.
Many staff feel pressure to provide care and unfortunately dont always feel that their concerns are listened to. This is a great way of ensuring these issues are addressed.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.