De-escalation training for NHS staff may not in itself reduce the number of violent or aggressive incidents, but it can contribute to improved workplace wellbeing. Using comprehensive approaches to managing violence in NHS settings may be more effective than de-escalation training alone.
Wellbeing in the Workplace
Wellbeing at work benefits individuals, organisations and communities, with a positive impact on economic, social and health outcomes. RAND Europe’s expertise in this area is becoming increasingly important as wider interest in work wellbeing continues to grow.
Our research helps to improve effective decision making taken in organisations and by policymakers on a wide range of workplace wellbeing initiatives.
RAND Europe’s workplace wellbeing portfolio extends from reviews of the economic impact of work wellbeing to the use of digital approaches in workplace mental health. Within this range, our researchers continue to focus on the management and work cultures that shape work wellbeing.