An exploration of the past and future of partnership working and work engagement in NHS Scotland

Partnership working in NHS Scotland has been crucial to employment relations for more than two decades and has recently been required to pivot towards health and social care integration, and contribute to responses to the COVID19 crisis. Research by the University of Strathclyde in partnership with NHS Scotland has assessed the impact of Partnership arrangements; and how they set the context for employee engagement strategies across the NHS and care.

At our upcoming webinar, Patricia Findlay and Colin Lindsay, Director and Deputy Director at the Scottish Centre for Employment Research at the University of Strathclyde share insights from more than a decade worth of research into partnership working in the NHS and care sector and consider the future of partnership working post Covid-19.

This event is part of the PrOPEL Hub’s Spotlight on Health and Social Care Series taking place across June and July. For other upcoming events, head to