Working Differently Working Together

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What is Working Differently, Working Together?
Working Differently, Working Together is the workforce and organisational development framework that supports delivery of Together for Health (TfH).
 
The framework will help the NHS in Wales to secure the best staff and fully support and engage them in delivering excellent care.  Elements of the framework that are better addressed by an All Wales collaborative approach are being developed through the WDWT programme.  For example this includes an All Wales Health and Wellbeing network.  Other elements are being addressed within organisations locally.  The programme has four cross cutting projects which are being delivered by staff from across NHS Wales, Wales Government and Trade Union organisations.
  

Beth yw Gweithio'n Wahanol, Gweithio Law yn Llaw?
Gweithio'n Wahanol, Gweithio Law yn Llaw yw'r fframwaith ar gyfer datblygu'r gweithlu a datblygu sefydliadol sy'n ategu’r broses o gyflawni amcanion Law yn Llaw at Iechyd.

Bwriedir i'r fframwaith sicrhau bod gennym y staff cywir, eu bod yn cael yr holl gymorth sydd ei angen arnynt a’u bod yn cael eu hannog i ddarparu gofal ardderchog.  Mae'r elfennau o'r fframwaith y gellir mynd i'r afael â hwy'n well drwy gydweithio ar lefel Cymru Gyfan yn cael eu datblygu drwy raglen Gweithio'n Wahanol, Gweithio Law yn Llaw.  Er enghraifft, mae hyn yn cynnwys rhwydwaith Iechyd a Lles Cymru Gyfan.  Rhoddir sylw i elfennau eraill mewn sefydliadau'n lleol.  Mae gan y rhaglen bedwar prosiect trawsbynciol ac mae'r rhain yn cael eu darparu gan staff drwy sefydliadau GIG Cymru, Llywodraeth Cymru a'r Undebau Llafur.
 

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Health & wellbeing

We are focusing on this because we wish to optimise the health of all people within healthcare organisations, improve the treatment of people with mental Health or stress related issues, prevent ill health, keep existing employees and enable people to make a better contribution to the delivery of services to our patients.

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Shaping the Future of Workforce & Organisational Development Services

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