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Seeking advice or information
If you are unsure about what to do at any stage, there are a number of possible sources of help including:
- your manager;
- your employer;
- the Human Resources department for your organisation;
- your professional body or association; or
- Public Concern at Work (pcaw.co.uk).
You can also contact other organisations, if appropriate.
Public Concern at Work is an independent charity that provides free confidential advice to people who are not sure whether, or how, to raise concerns about practices that they have seen at work. If you employ or manage staff, Public Concern at Work can help you develop your own procedures to encourage staff to raise concerns.
If you are considering raising a concern, you may also wish to refer to the following publications and advice:
Public Concern at Work (PCAW)
Telephone: 0207 404 6609
NHS whistleblowing helpline (free advice for the NHS and social care)
Telephone: 08000 724 725
Care Quality Commission whistleblowing guidance for workers and service providers
Telephone: 03000 616161
Confidential Alert Line for NHS Scotland (provided by Public Concern at Work)
Telephone: 0800 008 6112
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