Thousands pledge to 'do something different' for NHS
Thousands of people working across the NHS are doing something different to improve care as part of NHS Change Day.
Last year, 189,000 people took part by making a pledge online - and this year the aim is to get 500,000 pledges.
Pledges include a GP spending a day in a wheelchair to better understand disabled patients and a manager helping dementia patients eat their lunch.
Two doctors came up with the idea for NHS Change Day after attending an NHS leadership course.
The aim of the day is to encourage those working for the NHS - and those who use it - to make the NHS better by pledging to do something different.
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