Digital Weight Management Programme

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The programme provides online access to a 12-week weight management programme which is designed to be personally tailored to support you on your journey to a healthier lifestyle. As a digital programme, it can be used anywhere, allowing you to complete the programme in your own time, at a pace that works for you. It can […]

Free Online Workshops on Intercultural Awareness

Keeping Well North Central London (NCL) is proud to offer this free interactive, experiential workshop for all health and social care staff across North Central London. The workshop will aim to enhance participants’ self-awareness, empathic knowledge and understanding of the experiences of people from cultures other than their own. The aim is for this to form […]

Wellbeing Walking Group at the Tavistock & Portman

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Fancy some time away from your desk during your lunch break? Need to get your steps up? Or simply feeling the need to walk it all off… The Keeping Well NCL Hub is running a twice-weekly walk to Hampstead Heath or Primrose Hill on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from November to Christmas 2021. Come along! This […]

Personal Wellbeing Plan

We would like to help you to manage your wellbeing in and out of work. This personal wellbeing plan, although it belongs to you, is a tool to help you and your manager have open conversations about things that are important for your health and wellbeing. This document looks at things that you can do […]

Mind The Gap – How Are We Supporting Supportive Staff In Health Care

Resource description: Trish McEvoy is an Operations Manager for the Adult Complex Needs Service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. In this podcast she talks about what it’s been like working in a supportive capacity to clinical services during the pandemic, and the experiences of herself and many of her colleagues working in […]

Creating space for empathy, compassion and learning

An article from the King’s Fund about a different style of leadership which focuses on compassion, empathy and learning is better suited than older, out-of-date models when dealing with the practical and emotional fall-out resulting from the pandemic.

Collaboration and compassionate leadership

Professor Michael West explores the links between compassionate leadership and innovation and discusses how we can ensure collaboration across boundaries in health and care. This video includes tips on how to remain compassionate during this time. Resource from the King’s Fund.