SleepingWell when working night shifts

We know that not all standard sleep advice will apply to health and social care workers who are doing shift work. This resource details some top tips from Dr Michael Farquhar, consultant in sleep medicine at Evelina London Children’s Hospital, specifically designed for shift workers. KeepingWell NCL have also recorded an interview with Dr Michael […]

Supporting Gen Z at Work

Picture of Rachel, Senior Hub Practitioner, smiling

Resource description: Rachel Stephen is a nurse and health visitor who recently joined the KeepingWell NCL Hub as a Senior Practitioner. In this podcast, Rachel talks about how we can support Generation Z – or Gen Z – in the workplace. She touches on some of the challenges this generation face whilst also looking at […]

Communicating with children and young people to help manage transitions

In this clip from our webinar, ‘Back to School After Lockdown’, family therapists Ola and Sam give advice for families undergoing transitions, such as the return to school after the summer holidays. They discuss why communicating with children and young people may be a helpful tool when things feel difficult, and how guardians can create […]

My Money In Mind: Financial wellbeing webinar for health & social care staff

Visual flyer for 'Minding your money' webinar

How can we look after our money, and ourselves, in uncertain times? Particularly among health and social care staff, financial uncertainty and the cost of living crisis is increasing feelings of stress and anxiety. In this free staff webinar, KeepingWell NCL partnered with the Money and Pension Service (MaPS) to raise awareness of the importance […]

‘In Our Own Words’ at the Jackson Lane Arts Centre

Live performance of health & care staff experiences of the pandemic, this Thursday 26th May ‘In Our Own Words’ is a verbatim performance of a collection of reflections from staff over the past two years. These reflections chart the extreme challenges but also the incredible moments, memories and people who extended themselves and achieved so […]

Free relationship counselling for health and social care staff

Supporting staff and their relationships In demanding times, relationships of all kinds can come under pressure, and have an impact on our wellbeing at home and at work. Free, flexible, online relationship support is now available for health and social care staff, to support you when your relationships come under stress. This service, provided by […]

National Day of Reflection

As we approach the two-year anniversary of the start of Covid-19 restrictions in England, we know many of our staff still feel the impact of the pandemic at work and at home as much as ever. Many of us may experience complex feelings around this anniversary, and wonder how to mark the event personally and […]

Using Safe Place Imagery

When you’re feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or being reminded of something difficult, it can be helpful to imagine a ‘safe place’ which gives you a feeling of calm and safety. You can also practice a Lotus Flower meditation to help you relax. This easy-to-read infographic developed by the Traumatic Stress Clinic guides you through using a […]