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Supporting our NHS people

This is a dedicated NHS website that hosts a broad range of guidance and advice for supporting NHS staff wellbeing. Areas to highlight include:

  • Looking after your team – links to coaching support for those who lead, manage or organise a team or group in primary care
  • Supporting our working carers – provides useful advice and guidance for supporting carers
  • Tips for mental health professionals – provides specific guidance for mental healthcare professionals who are providing care to people affected by Covid-19.
  • Bereavement support during COVID-19 – provides a suite of resources that aim to help you access support during what will be a difficult time for our staff, given the restrictions and changes to normal grieving patterns and processes for staff who come from diverse backgrounds.

For full details visit - Supporting Our NHS people

Supporting the mental health of NHS staff

Funded by the BMA and Mind, this resource provides practical guidance and tips to help NHS leaders and line managers to support better mental health amongst staff.

For full details visit - Supporting the mental health of NHS staff

Health and wellbeing conversations

This section of the NHS Employers website provides further guidance and resources to support and facilitate health and wellbeing conversations with staff.

For full details visit - Health and wellbeing conversations

Mental Health at Work

Mental Health at Work is curated by Mind, and funded by The Royal Foundation as part of their Heads Together campaign. It presents a wide and full range of documents, guides, tips, videos, courses, podcasts, templates and information from key organisations across the UK, all aimed at supporting workplace mental health.

For full details visit - Mental Health at Work

Taking care of your staff

Taking care of your staff – Practical tips and tools from Mind on supporting the mental health of staff.

Local Government Association

Local Government Association - COVID-19 Support for Social Care Staff

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