Restorative Just Culture:implementation and effectiveness

Restorative Just Culture interventions: Implementation and effectiveness in NHS Trusts

What is the study about?
The purpose of the study is to better understand the implementation and effectiveness of restorative just culture interventions in NHS trusts and any barriers and enablers encountered in this process. This study aims to find out views on how the intervention has been developed and implemented, what worked well, what could be improved, as well as suggestion for future interventions.

Who can take part?
Participants will be:

  • NHS staff members that have attended a university training and learning programme on the subject of restorative just culture or/and have experienced these interventions.

What is involved?
Participants will be invited to take part in an interview (approximately 45 minutes). The research team will be asking individuals or small groups to feed back on their views of the intervention. The interview will take place at a time and location convenient to you. With permission from participants the interviews will be recorded.

How can people get involved?
Participants who have attended the training programme will be invited to take part.