Have you supported staff or patients with Long Covid, or experienced it yourself? How can employers and managers best support you at work? KeepingWell NCL are developing a support webinar and resources for health and social care staff managing different experiences of Long Covid – so we need our staff to help make sure we […]
‘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 […]
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 […]
The last 18 months or so have been incredibly challenging for so many of us. However, people working in the NHS and frontline services have endured some of the most traumatic experiences of their careers and in fact, lives. Hopeline19 is a campaign set up by Frontline19 which aims to connect the public with our NHS […]
In this podcast, listen to Rabeya, a bilingual psychotherapist who works at Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy centre, explore the impact COVID-19 continues to have on people from black and minority ethic groups and how we can contribute to help those facing extra difficulties. Nafsiyat are a charity who offer intercultural therapy in over 20 languages to […]
Nancy Barnes is an Assistant Psychologist within the Keeping Well NCL Hub. Nancy shares her own experience of living with long Covid while working in the NHS as well as her experience of making a full recovery
The King’s Fund speak to Sharon Allen, Chief Executive at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity about how they’ve been managing across the social care system during the pandemic. Sharon shares some of the changes that have worked best for them.
A guide by Mind to support organisations to tailor existing workplace interventions to support the mental health of their staff during the pandemic, using the Mental Health at Work Commitment framework as a basis.
What can staff and their teams do for themselves and each other? Resource for healthcare teams outlining three simple strategies to support you and your team. Page 3.
The needs of your team are likely to change as we move through the different phases of the Pandemic. It may be helpful to use this document to help you consider your teams’ needs during each phase individually.