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KeepingWell NCL is a staff mental health and wellbeing project that connects and supports the North Central London health and social care workforce during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Wishing the LGBTQ+ community a happy Pride!

Pride month is a time of celebration and reflection. At the KeepingWell NCL Hub we advocate all year round for everyone, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation. We work to promote safe and nurturing work environments where people can realise their full potential.

Find out more about how the Hub can support LGBTQ+ colleagues

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After-work Physical Wellbeing Sessions for health & care staff with Tottenham Hotspur!

Tuesday evenings 5:30-6:30pm, 12th July – 13th September, at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (N17)

KeepingWell NCL is excited to invite all our staff to 10 weeks of free, after-work physical wellbeing sessions with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club!

Developed specially for North Central London health and care staff, the sessions will feature a mixture of bodyweight, cardio, and resistance exercises for your personal fitness level, as well as goal setting and a wellbeing needs analysis with the Spurs team. Join as many sessions as you can for a programme tailor-made to your wellbeing needs, or drop in when it works for you.

Find out more and register now!

Updated 29th June 2022

Holding Safe and Effective Wellbeing Conversations at Work: Online Training

ThursdayVisual flyer for Wellbeing Conversations Training 21st July, 15:00-16:30pm, via Zoom

Across health and social care, managers and colleagues are increasingly taking on an important role in supporting their staff’s wellbeing. Also, as part of the NHS People Plan, line managers are expected to hold a wellbeing conversation with each of the colleagues they support.

Join KeepingWell NCL’s free, 90-minute interactive training session to learn how to confidently hold caring, safe and effective wellbeing conversations at work. Find out more and register now

Updated 22nd June 2022

Refugee Week 2022: Standing with our refugee colleagues through ‘Simple Acts’

For Refugee Week 2022, we are especially proud to highlight this year’s focus on healing through community and mutual care.

This week our staff team will be participating in Refugee Week through their 8 ‘Simple Acts’ to stand with and celebrate our colleagues from refugee backgrounds. We hope you will join us. You can discover more and get involved here.

KeepingWell NCL is also available to support staff in North Central London who feel they would benefit from support with the impact of refugee crises on themselves, or to consider how they might best support affected colleagues. Contact our team at keepingwell.ncl@nhs.net and one of our practitioners will arrange a time to speak with you.

Updated 20th June 2022

KeepingWell NCL wishes the LGBTQ+ community a very happy Pride month!

Pride month is a time of celebration and reflection. At the KeepingWell NCL Hub we advocate all year round for everyone, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation. We work to promote safe and nurturing work environments where people can realise their full potential.

Find out more about how the Hub can support LGBTQ+ colleagues

Updated 8th June 2022 

Last chance to attend! Free Intercultural Therapy Training Workshops for health and social care

Time is running out to catch this acclaimed intercultural awareness workshop workshop! There are only two dates left for this free, interactive, experiential workshop open to all health and social care staff across North Central London. 

This six-hour workshop, delivered through the Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre, aims to enhance empathetic intercultural communication within health & care, and empower attendees to share learning and propose strategic actions within their teams and organisations.

Registrations are now open for our final two dates. Click here to find out more and register!

Updated 9th May 2022

 

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