Join Hexitime’s response to support colleagues across the NHS.
Hexitime has been temporarily repurposed to relieve pressure on NHS key workers, with help from their NHS colleagues.
Our aim is to help coordinate staff (not members of the public) with spare capacity to keep their NHS colleagues fresh and supported when they are off work.
How does Hexitime work?
Hexitime is free to anyone working in healthcare. You can:
Request help (part of the timebank)
Offer to help others (part of the timebank)
Add volunteering opportunities
Share ideas and experiences
Set up project teams
You will need to complete a two-stage registration process to join the timebank:
Step 1: Register on this platform.
Step 2: Apply to join the timebank (we aim to approve all applications within 24 hours).
Once you have joined the timebank, you can post offers of help and post requests for help. Joining the timebank means signing up to our timebank terms and conditions, which offer guidelines for keeping you and your colleagues safe. If you are requesting help on behalf of someone else, please ensure you don’t reveal any personally identifiable information about them. Just describe what you need and where (broadly) you need it.
Good luck and please click on the following button to get started.
If you feel you can help your colleagues, familiarise yourself with the functionality on this platform and, in particular, the concept of "tags". Tags connect your activity and your profile to your NHS organisation.
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