Supporting Staff Wellbeing



Supporting Colleagues

Tips for supporting your peers

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Knowing what to say to someone you think is struggling can be tricky. These are our tips to help you get started.

Supporting Colleagues

Peer Support – a conversation with the experts

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Gill Moreton, Clinical Lead for the Emergency Services at NHS Lothian’s Rivers Centre, and Gail Topping, a paramedic with the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS), discuss all things peer support. This…

Supporting Colleagues

Peer support – why looking out for each other matters

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Working in Health or Social Care can both be rewarding and challenging. The importance of peer support can’t be overstated when it comes to getting through the challenges you face…

Supporting Colleagues

How to start a conversation about men’s mental health

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For men, speaking openly about mental health can be challenging due to stigma and the pressure to be “traditionally masculine”. Discussing emotions doesn’t always come naturally.

Supporting Colleagues

Top tips for managing stress and burnout

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Maintain balance between your work and home lives.

Supporting Colleagues

Top tips for managing anxiety

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Distract yourself from worries by doing something else. Absorb yourself in a hobby, get some exercise, watch a film, or chat with friends.

Caring for You

Coping with Grief

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When someone close to us dies there is no ‘correct’ or ‘usual’ way to cope.  Each of us experiences grief differently.  It is important to understand that grief is a…

Supporting Colleagues

Supporting staff experiencing long COVID: Information for Managers

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You may have staff returning to work after being unwell with COVID-19. We know that every individual’s experience of COVID-19, and their recovery from it, will be unique to them. So there’s no ‘one-size…

Supporting Colleagues

Newly Qualified Staff – Looking after your wellbeing

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Congratulations! You’ve made it. As a newly qualified professional you will likely be excited about starting your new job. After studying hard, learning the ropes on placements, and getting through…

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