MindEd is a free educational resource for mental health support and its "Blue Light" modules are now available in the Paramedics elearning programme. The resource aims to enhance the physical and mental wellbeing of emergency responders, who experience stress and trauma as a result of their jobs.
Mental health problems are very common and NHS staff would benefit from greater awareness, as people with poor physical health are more likely to experience mental health difficulties. Equally, people with poor mental health often also have poor physical health.
How Caldicott Guardians protect confidentiality and support the safe sharing of health and care information.
Supporting people living with overweight or obesity to help them make positive changes to their health
NHS wellbeing events from Cambridgeshire & Peterborough ICS, to support line managers to de-compress, be heard and connect with others having similar experiences, at times of extreme pressure.
Recording of 'Lunch and Learn - Power Tools: Equipped for the Day Ahead - Reporting' with Denise Green (16/11/21)
Recording of 'Safeguarding Matters: Series of Level 3 webinars – Young Carers Awareness' with Charlotte Baker, Centre 33 Young Carers Project (16/11/21)
This guide, produced by the NHS Staff Council Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Group, is aimed at equality, diversity and inclusion leads, HR and learning and development professionals, and trade union representatives.
Looking after your wellbeing is crucial in these trying times - the BMA offers its own wellbeing services and also signposts to a range of other organisations services, websites and helplines.
24/7 access to training resources. Access the latest training guides for all EMIS products.
A comprehensive collection of online tutorials which have been designed to quickly teach you how to use a wide range of SystmOne functionality.
Using targeted text messaging to increase patient engagement with the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme
Recording of 'Using targeted text messaging to increase patient engagement with the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme' with Dr Jessica Randall-Carrick