Anthony Beedles-Andrews

To ensure all voices are heard above the noise, and listened to.

Operational Lead


Adetutu Alatishe

To continue to listen, support and help my colleagues to speak up by pointing them to the right channel, and to speak up on behalf of colleagues who find it difficult to speak up for themselves.

Registered Nurse

University Foundation Hospital Bristol

Teresa Keats

To encourage others to speak out and be prepared to listen.

Staff Nurse

Salisbury Foundation Trust

Liz Jones

To help any colleague who should approach me with a complaint or problem.

Executive Personal Assistant

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Maria Indelicato

To speak up whenever I feel something isn’t right or could be improved. I’m proud to be an advocate for patients and their families.

Play assistant


Thulasi Rahulapaskaran

To speak up about any issues that I feel are unfair to staff or patients while being confident my confidentiality and job will be protected.

Pre-registration Pharmacist

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Irene Alderson

to address issues with senior management if I see bad work practice, bullying or staff under too much pressure. I believe all workers should work in a safe and secure enviroment and not feel pressured or compromised.

Admin Assistant

County Durham & Darlington NHS Trust

Alison Warren

To continue to speak up in the workplace which can be a better place for us as employees which can lead to better patient care.

Support Secretary

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

Julie Duffy

To encourage my co-workers, colleagues and students to speak up if they feel bullied, intimidated or not competent in the role or they are given to do. And to offer encouragement and always be kind in the way I speak to people.

Registered Bank Nurse

Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Darren Melling

To be an ear for colleagues when they need to speak up and to speak up myself when something or someone is causing concern.

Digital Skills Trainer

Informatics Merseyside Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Dolores Cariga

To listen and thank my colleagues / team who share their concerns with me. To make a difference for them. To speak up if I feel that there is a service improvement to be made or if I feel that there is a danger to patients or staff by doing

Nursing Assistant

Countess of Chester Hospital

Lauren Bishop

To be more proactive about speaking up – to be more aware of things no matter how small that may be improved upon to help the wider team.

Midwife (Community and Clinical Research)

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Debbie Lawson

To invite our FTSUG to a team briefing to talk about her role.

Director of Corporate Services

Queenscourt Hospice

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