Holding Safe and Effective Wellbeing Conversations at Work: Online Training

Join KeepingWell NCL’s free, 90-minute interactive training session to learn how to confidently hold caring, safe and effective wellbeing conversations at work. 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 […]

Panos Vythoulkas in discussion with Alex Tsefos and Titian Tam – Men in the Caring Professions

Resource description: Panos Vythoulkas, clinical psychologist and KeepingWell NCL Hub Senior Practitioner, talks in-depth with first-year trainee clinical psychologists Alex Tsefos and Titian Tam about how it feels to be a man working in caring professions. They discuss the impact on male healthcare workers’ emotional wellbeing, gendered stereotypes around mental health, and the importance of […]

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

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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 […]

Supporting NHS people affected by Long COVID

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‘Long COVID’ is commonly used to describe signs and symptoms that continue or develop after acute COVID-19. As of 18 May 2021, estimates by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) suggested that approximately 122,000 healthcare workers and 31,000 social care workers were self-reporting symptoms of Long COVID. The NHS has a range of support offers […]

NHS Employers – menopause guidance for managers

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This resource offers information on how menopause can affect people at work, and practical guidance for employers. Menopause symptoms can have a significant impact on people’s attendance and performance. This is not just a gender or age issue: menopause can impact colleagues both directly and indirectly. It’s vital that all managers understand how to support […]

Mental health and wellbeing support for medics

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This resource includes a series of in-depth ‘Wellbeing Sessions’, which provide structured support for doctors and medical students looking to improve their own wellbeing. If you have less time available, or would like to explore a range of topics, there are also two other types of support available. ‘Find Out More’ guides offer an overview […]

NHS Practitioner Health – a mental wellbeing app

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NHS Practitioner Health has produced a mental wellbeing app tailored to the needs of health and social care workers. The app will enable you to monitor and track your own wellbeing, and identify areas where you might need some additional support. Through the app, you can access customised content curated by NHS Practitioner Health, including […]