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Providing effective menopause workplace support

In this presentation, Lindsey Millen, Policy and Development manager at Close the Gap, discusses some of the things employers can do to provide effective menopause support in the workplace, to…

Menopause in the workplace

Recognising the impact menopause has on women is important – it’s a natural stage of life which will affect all women. There are three different stages within the menopause: Perimenopause, the…

Tips for getting started with peer support in your organisation

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), give their top tips for getting…

Peer support: looking out for newer staff

Starting any new job can be daunting, it’s a step into the unknown. In this video Gill Moreton, Clinical Lead for the Emergency Services at NHS Lothian’s Rivers Centre, and…

Understanding normal reactions to abnormal situations

In this clip, 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 some common…

Peer support in the workplace: putting theory into practice

In this video series, Heather Connolly, who is the Principal Health Psychologist in Occupational Health, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, answers our questions around her experiences of implementing a peer…

Developing a culture of peer support

In a wide-ranging discussion, 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), cover the…

Peer support: starting the conversation

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 how to start peer support…

R U OK: A peer support initiative

Gail Topping, a paramedic with the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) discusses the ‘R U OK?’ peer support campaign. R U OK? aims to ensure SAS staff feel supported, and provide…

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