Resources for Leaders / Clinical Directors, College Tutors, Wellbeing Leads
Our NHS people
Helping you manage your own health and wellbeing whilst looking after others.
A few years ago, the word wellbeing was a new entry in the medical lingo. However in a short period of time there has been an acknowledgement that wellbeing matters, and this has accelerated healthy changes in the way we work, the way we talk about fatigue, and the way we’ve started looking out for one another.
Research fatigue in COVID-19 pandemic and post-disaster research
Abstract Purpose Research fatigue occurs when an individual or population of interest tires of engaging with research, consequently avoiding further participation. This paper considers research fatigue in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic, to identify contributory factors and possible solutions for future post-disaster research.
REACT Mental Health® conversation training
People with management, supervisory and supportive roles can have a significantly positive (or negative) impact on the mental wellbeing of the people in their teams and communities. The aim of this training is to equip NHS managers, supervisors and those with caring responsibilities for NHS people to confidently hold supportive and compassionate mental health and wellbeing conversations, during and beyond COVID-19.
Caring for doctors Caring for patients
How to transform UK healthcare environments to support doctors and medical students to care for patients
Support and wellness
from the Royal College of Anaesthetists
Anaesthesia and medicine are stressful careers. The College supports the well-being of anaesthetists and recognises that from time to time individual doctors experience difficulty.