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COVID19: Health and wellbeing support

Support service for Care Home and Care at Home staff

Faith in Older People has partnered with colleagues who are experienced in listening and pastoral support to offer care home and care at home staff access to a confidential and free listening service.

Psychosocial mental health and wellbeing support

NES have brought together some key resources to support the mental health and wellbeing of staff, including sections on managing stress, coping and resilience:

Headspace and Unmind

NHS staff have been given free access to a number of mental health and wellbeing apps until the end of December 2020.



Supporting colleagues who have been bereaved

NHS Education Scotland has published two new resources to support health and social care staff who are bereaved. Employees who are bereaved provides guidance to help line managers have confidence to support employees who have experienced bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experiencing the death of a colleague is guidance to help staff and managers identify some initial steps that may help to ensure people have an opportunity to express their grief, to mark the death in a way that feels appropriate for them and to receive the support that they need.

Moral Injury from EEAST General Broadcast on Apple

In this podcast, Dr Esther Murray, Health Psychologist working at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. discusses moral injury and how it can impact ambulance crews, as well as what we can all do to help each other.

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