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Flare Partners with HASTE to Promote Healthcare Staff Safety and Retention in Wales

We are excited to partner with HASTE, a Cardiff University-based group of healthcare students dedicated to improving staff retention in the Welsh NHS. This collaboration signifies our joint commitment to enhancing safety and advocating for positive changes within healthcare settings.


Efan Fairclough, President of Haste, expresses his enthusiasm about partnering with Flare

Efan Fairclough, President of HASTE, shared his enthusiasm for this partnership: "We are very grateful to Flare for partnering with us. We are proud to join forces with an organisation that is dedicated to enhancing the safety of our university campuses. Together, we can promote each other’s campaigns for a safer society, be it on the streets or on within our hospitals."


HASTE is actively campaigning for measures that will improve the retention of NHS staff in Wales. Their focus includes advocating for increased pay for NHS staff, financial incentives to remain in Wales, enhancing training opportunities, and giving healthcare students a voice in shaping the future of the NHS. This partnership with Flare will provide a vital platform to further these objectives.


Together, Flare and HASTE are committed to building a safer and more resilient healthcare system. By joining forces, we aim to make a lasting impact on the wellbeing of healthcare staff and students, contributing to a brighter future for the Welsh NHS.


 

About Flare: Flare is an emergency SOS app designed to provide a fast and discreet way for users to send emergency messages. With its unique one-tap feature, users can instantly release an SOS message from their lock screen notification, ensuring help is just a tap away. Tailored especially for young people and students, Flare is available for free on both iOS and Android platforms.


About HASTE: HASTE is a group of healthcare students in Cardiff University campaigning for measures to improve staff retention in the Welsh NHS. We are advocating for increased pay for NHS staff and financial incentives to stay in Wales, enhancing training opportunities, and giving healthcare students in Wales a voice in shaping the future of the NHS. We want to work with other organisations that share our common goals and positive vision for the NHS.

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