About the National Wellbeing Hub

The National Wellbeing Hub was established in 2020 to help support the wellbeing of everyone working in Health and Social Care in Scotland. When you spend your days caring for others, it can be difficult to find the time to care for yourself. We hope the Hub makes it a little easier for you to take care of yourself and your colleagues.

Follow the links below to find out more about who we are and what the hub can do to help you.

What is the National Wellbeing Hub?

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The National Wellbeing Hub was established in May 2020, with the aim of acting as a one-stop-shop, bringing together resources and information to help support the wellbeing of all those...

Who is the Hub for?

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The National Wellbeing Hub is here to support the wellbeing of everyone working in any role within Health and Social Care across Scotland. This includes those working in the 3rd...

What will I find on the Hub?

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On the Hub, you’ll find a space full of ideas about how to stay well. Whether you’re just looking for a bit of information, formal psychological support, or something in...

How do I find what I’m looking for?

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First things first, start with the homepage. We’ve tried to design this so it will keep feeling fresh as you return to the hub over time, but also give you...

Who has developed the Hub?

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The Hub is managed in partnership between The Rivers Centre (NHS Lothian’s specialist psychological trauma service) and the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates. In addition, the Hub is...

How can I help you improve the Hub?

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We are keen to ensure the Hub reflects the needs of those it is aimed at supporting. You can let us know your thoughts by completing our Feedback survey, just...

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