Live Well – NHS health and wellbeing resources

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This resource offers information, tips and tools to help you make the best choices about your health and wellbeing. Part of the NHS website, Live Well collates guidance and resources in a number of different health areas, including: mental wellbeing, sleep and tiredness, exercise, eating well, sexual health, and more.

The Bright Sky app – domestic abuse support

Bright Sky is a free-to-download mobile app, providing support for anyone who may be in an abusive relationship or those concerned about someone they know. As well as information and advice, the app includes a UK-wide directory of specialist domestic abuse support services and questionnaires to assess the safety of a relationship. The app is […]

Better Health by Public Health England

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This resource offers tips, guidance and app recommendations to help people build healthier habits and lives. The Better Health website, run by Public Health England, offers resources around four core health areas: losing weight; getting active; quitting smoking, and drinking less. The content is based around the idea that healthier lives start with little changes. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Financial Wellbeing Webinar

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Watch this recorded webinar, which was a live session ran by the NHS in partnership with Money Advice Service. This session focused on Saving for goals, financial independence and your wellbeing. The session covers: Getting into the savings habit and why it pays to save regularly Saving for emergencies and putting the rest where it […]

Be Military Fit – a physical health and wellbeing platform for NHS workers

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Be Military Fit is a physical health and wellbeing platform for colleagues across the NHS. As a member of the NHS family, you have complimentary access to this online platform, which is powered by BMF Human Performance.  There are more than 200 on-demand and live sessions to choose from each week, delivered by world class […]

The Balance app – menopause tracking and support

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The balance app aims to make menopause support inclusive and accessible to everyone, globally. It is designed to help people become better informed and prepared during this time of their lives. The app was founded by menopause specialist, Dr Louise Newson. Users can track their symptoms, access personalised content, download a Health Report, and share […]

My Black Dog – peer-to-peer mental health support

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My Black Dog offers peer-to-peer support for people who are struggling with their mental health. All volunteers are people who have lived experiences of their own mental health challenges and understand what you are going through. The charity offers free online support via its online chat service. You can also find articles, resources and some […]

The Stay Alive app – a suicide prevention resource

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The Stay Alive app is a suicide prevention resource for the UK, full of useful information and tools to help you stay safe in crisis.  You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide. The app includes: A safety plan […]