Creating an effective mental health and wellbeing plan to fulfil the NHS’s duty of care towards its staff
The pandemic has undoubtedly presented an exceptionally challenging period for healthcare staff and has raised new questions about how leaders can best support their teams during times of rapid change and uncertainty.
With major concerns around staff burnout, high levels of sickness, PPE, trauma, deaths and nosocomial infections at an all-time high, the need to prioritise the safety of staff, both mentally and physically, and deliver psychologically informed care is critical.
Many trusts have already taken significant steps to protect their workforce and have introduced innovative wellbeing strategies that can be sustained in the long-term.
Join this webinar to learn what further steps you can take to promote a culture of positive health and wellbeing in your organisation, share successful ideas with your peers and discuss how these can be developed.
- Laura Smith, Director of Workforce, OD & System Development, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust and Leeds GP Confederation
- Diane Palmer, Lead Nurse (Corporate Services) for Trauma Informed Care and Military Veterans Mental Health, Norfolk and Suffolk FT
- Nicole Williams, Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Deputy Director of Organisational Development and Engagement, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust