Howdy creates better conditions for wellbeing in the
Better wellbeing in the Healthcare
The health sector is currently experiencing a big work pressure, lack of hands and changing shift schedules. It can affect the wellbeing. Howdy is the solution that ensures you maintain good wellbeing in the healthcare sector.
Benefits of using Howdy in the healthcare sector:
- Howdy is an easy and simple way to answer wellbeing questions in the app and browser. All answers and data processing are completely anonymous.
- Your management regularly receive an overview of wellbeing so that they can act proactively in the event of dissatisfaction.
- Creates better conditions for wellbeing in the healthcare sector.
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The TRIO collaboration is your opportunity to take full advantage of Howdy
We recommend involving your TRIO in the implementation, as TRIO is a good forum to discuss some of the questions that we know some employees will ask – or wish had been asked:
- What about anonymity?
- What happens to my data?
- How do we ensure that Howdy is involved in the day-to-day work of the department?
- Can I talk to Howdy during working hours?
A good physical and mental work environment is not only the responsibility of the manager. A committed and involved TRIO contributes to Howdy data being translated into a value-creating dialogue between employees and between manager and employee.
Hear about Slagelse Hospitals experience with Howdy
a solid foundation is key
Howdy Wellbeing uses the scientific framework WHO-5 that has gone through more than 200 scientific studies since professor Per Bech launched it in 1998. The model has proven to be one of the most precise in wellbeing assessment.
In 2018 Per Bech published an article in the Nordic Journal of Psychiatry based on Howdy data. The article concluded that proactive early intervention had a significant positive effect on user’s ability to return to normality after experiencing a drop into low wellbeing.
Howdy Body uses the Nordic Musculoskeletal Questionnaire that gives users the possibility of indicating their experienced level of pain in specific regions of their body.