#Caring4NHSPeople & #ProjectM Wellbeing Virtual Sessions

Caring4NHSPeople & #ProjectM Wellbeing

Do you have a role in supporting the wellbeing of our NHS people during and following the Covid-19 response? You are very welcome to join our monthly sessions. Led by the People Directorate, NHS England & NHS Improvement.

The sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of the month between 4pm and 5pm.

Next session

The next session will be on Wednesday 12 May 4pm to 5pm.

Joining details

Join the session via Zoom. IMPORTANT: you will need this passcode to access the session 102475

If you are unable to access Zoom, you can watch via the YouTube livestream.

View the slides (to download the slides, click on the ‘in’ at the bottom right. You may need to login to LinkedIn)

About the session

Feeling included and that you belong has a positive impact on an individual’s health & wellbeing. We will be focusing on creating a culture of inclusive health and wellbeing. We will be hearing from national and local speakers with practical tips about how to create inclusive cultures in our workplaces.

During the session, we will be sharing the work of the NHS England and NHS Improvement’s national Inclusive Health and Wellbeing Programme.

We’re delighted to be joined by Dr. Guy Harrison and Mark Appleby  

Dr Guy Harrison is Head of Spiritual and Pastoral Care, Consultant in Staff Support and Director of the Oxford Centre for Spirituality and Wellbeing.  He will be sharing insights into psycho-spiritual care for health and social care staff and the work he is doing to support the religious needs of BAME NHS staff

Mark Appleby is the Director or HR and Organisational Development at Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.  He will be sharing the fantastic work at Yeovil to look after the health and wellbeing of their staff.  Through the annual survey, staff at Yeovil Hospital have rated it the best hospital in England for employee health and wellbeing for the third year running.  We look forward to hearing about their offers and how they have focused on inclusivity.

The session is open to everyone with a role in supporting the wellbeing of our NHS people (& people in our partner organisations) during and following the Covid-19 response.

Previous sessions

Don’t worry if you’re not able to attend the live session. You can find all the previous session recordings, as well as links to slides and resources mentioned. You can also follow on Twitter using the hashtag #Caring4NHSPeople.

Marketing Materials

During previous wellbeing sessions, participants have shared that they would really appreciate wellbeing marketing materials. These are now available here.

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