Our NHS People – Helping you manage your own health and well-being whilst looking after others
Silvercloud Health – Over 30 learning modules from well-being to severe mental health conditions with proven outcomes and engagement
Healthy London – GPN Care Planning during COVID19, podcast.
Looking After You – Confidential Coaching & Communications Toolkit
NHS England – Staff Mental Health & Wellbeing Hubs
NHS Employers – Guidelines on Prevention & Management of Sickness
NHS England & NHS Improvement – HWB for colleagues, back to basics
Cheshire & Merseyside Resilience Hub – access to the right support, information and confidential psychological interventions
NHS England – Bespoke Health & Wellbeing support for colleagues
Healthbox and CWP - Health and wellbeing qualified counsellors available.
Cheshire & Wirral Partnership (CWP), has teamed up with Healthbox CIC to provide wellbeing support to key workers across Cheshire and Wirral.
Relate Hub - NHS
COVID19 Education & Resources
TURAS | Learn – Remote consulting and recruitment
University of Oxford – Video Consulting: A guide for practice
The South East Making Every Contact Count & Vaccine Uptake group* have produced 2 resources to support anyone who may be talking with others about having the Covid-19 vaccine (e.g. frontline practitioners, volunteers, community and faith leaders, Covid-19 champions):
Resource 1: Talking about having the Covid-19 vaccine video (10mins)
A training video to support asking the right questions, keeping the conversation person-centred and focused on the benefits and motivation of having the vaccine. It draws upon skills developed in Making Every Contact Count training.
Resource 2: Talking about the Covid-19 Vaccine signposting resource
Useful links to information to help you when talking about having the COVID-19 vaccine. The links are grouped into sections to make it easier to find the relevant information for different conversations. Sections include: About vaccines; Effectiveness of vaccines; Faith and Covid-19 information; Other languages; and a lot more.
The resources can be found on the HEE page by clicking here.