A message from the Older People's Commissioner for Wales:
The Older People’s Commissioner for Wales would like to hear from health or social care professionals who have worked with older people in Wales and who have had experience of raising concerns in the workplace or whistle-blowing.
We want to hear about positive and negative experiences. We particularly want to hear about any barriers you faced that either prevented you from raising concerns or made it very difficult to do so. You may contact us anonymously.
Post: Older People’s Commissioner for Wales (Whistle-blowing)
Mount Stuart Square
By phone: 08442 640 670 (local call rate)
Please say that you are phoning in relation to the whistle-blowing call for evidence and we will arrange for someone to phone back.
This call for evidence forms part of the Commissioner’s ongoing work on whistle-blowing. Cardiff University is currently carrying out research for the Commissioner into whistle-blowing culture in the health and social care sectors in Wales. Any evidence about your experience may inform that research but will be used anonymously. When contacting us, please indicate whether or not you give permission for your evidence to be used anonymously as part of the research. If you do not give permission, we would still like to hear from you so we can learn from your experiences.
To find out more about the role of the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales, visit www.olderpeoplewales.com.