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ImROC - Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change

Nottinghamshire Healthcare now hosts the ImROC (Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change) programme, originally established to champion the Department of Health’s ‘Supporting Recovery’ initiative.

ImROC strives for systems, services and cultures to support Recovery and wellbeing for all – locally, nationally and internationally. It uses expert knowledge to inspire others to believe that change is possible, pursue their dreams and, most importantly, to act – changing attitudes and behaviours, and creating an environment where Recovery concepts, leadership and practice can thrive in the long term.

The programme enables people to unlock and pool their strengths and talents, explore new ways to make use of them and share knowledge and learning to facilitate Recovery-oriented improvement in the outcomes and experience of health and social care.

ImROC has a clearly defined methodology including 10 key organisational challenges which it can support organisations to address. By linking with Nottinghamshire Healthcare, ImROC ensures a close working relationship with frontline providers of care, keeping its work relevant and useful to practitioners, managers, system leaders, local communities and the people who access services.