Emotional impact can often be underestimated in the role you do. Yvonne Sawbridge talks about what emotional labour is, its challenges and shares some great tips on how to top up your 'emotional bank account' visit people.nhs.uk/compassion-spa… to find out more #SelfCareSeptember
Health, Wellbeing and Culture Audit - Help us to keep improving, have your say. Your views are vital to helping make NWAS a truly GREAT place to work. Complete your survey via the staff app today! #greatplacetowork#yourwellbeingmatters
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day.
We know that it can be scary talking to someone about their suicidal feelings, but it really can make a difference.
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Know Your Numbers Week reaches those who have high blood pressure and don’t know it, so they can get the treatment and support they need to bring it under control. To find out more visit bloodpressureuk.org/know-your-numb…
Tomorrow is national Emergency Services or 999 Day, the NWAS flag will be raised at Ladybridge Headquarters at 9am on the 9th day of the 9th month followed by a two minute silence to remember everyone who works and volunteers for all the emergency services #999day
Don’t forget! An exciting selection of staff health and wellbeing benefits are available to ALL NWAS employees! Designed to improve your physical, financial and mental health wellbeing. Register at vivup.co.uk before 30th Sep for a chance to win a fantastic prize!
Did you know, EAP is not just a service for individuals but you can also access and download CBT workbooks at vivup.co.uk and share with family members who may also need support and for anyone who may wish to seek advice for a fellow staff member in distress can call
Yesterdays Wellbeing Wednesday bulletin included details on how to complete the Flu Survey for 2020 which will help inform our vaccine delivery plan. Check the greenroom for further info on how to complete via your smart phone, takes less than two minutes to complete!
Support for NHS staff Project5 is a not-for-profit, unique service to NHS staff. Over 1,000 highly skilled trained Psychologists/therapists, available to work with those finding work hard, sleeping less, eating more, or showing early signs of strain project5.org
Remember, our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is available to all staff and can be contacted 24/7. EAP is there to support your mental health in times of need #MentalHealthMatters visit vivup.co.uk for more information
Have you joined a culturally diverse staff common room? These virtual common rooms are open to all staff but specifically catered to the needs of NHS staff from BAME communities. Follow the link to find out more and register your place today:-https://t.co/5Q6PeFGVc7pic.twitter.com/uNygQSoXTY
"We need to fight for those with mental health issues to be properly supported as fairly and equally as those suffering with ‘physical’ issues."
Ferne shares her experience of mental health discrimination in the workplace 👇
Project5 a not-for-profit offering providing a unique service to NHS staff. The offer provides contact through FREE 1-to-1 sessions to those who are finding work hard, sleeping less, eating more or showing early signs of strain. Offer open to all NHS staff project5.org