Staff Wellbeing

CAV Resources

Dr Julie Highfield, a consultant clinical psychologist at Cardiff and Vale UHB has collated this list of tips for staff to look after themselves during COVID-19.

  • A Mindful Minute
  • Am I doing the right thing?
  • Am I Okay?
  • Calm and In Control
  • COVID-19 and Neurological Conditions
  • Hospital Staff helping the isolated COVID-19 patient
  • How to Huddle
  • End of shift – Wellbeing Checklist
  • Managers’ Tips
  • Managing Trauma
  • Pregnancy and COVID-19
  • Self-Care tips for NHS Staff
  • Switch off, relax, and unwind
  • FACE COVID – How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis
    – by Russ Harris, author of The Happiness Trap
  • COVID Buddy
  • Online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Staff
  • Eat well spend less

Video Resources

Resources from Dr Julie Highfield

Am I Okay?

How to Help Anxious Patients (COVID and non-COVID)

Switch off, Relax and Unwind

Taking Care of Each Other

When We Have to Limit What Treatment we can offer: Moral Distress”

Witnessing Distress

Witnessing Trauma

Other Resources

Daily Wellbeing Suggestions

Click below to see daily tips for maintaining your mental health and wellbeing from Professor Mark Stacey.

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Online Resources

  • NHS Employers – Emotional Wellbeing Toolkit
    This easy-to-use resource has been developed with NHS staff to:
    Help bridge a gap in understanding and enable us to talk openly and regularly about emotional health
    Assess the impact emotional wellbeing has on ourselves, our colleagues and on our patients
    Enable us to action plan to enable more good days than bad
  • NHS Employers – Emotional Wellbeing Resources
    Free resources to download and share with your team. If you’re a manager, a team leader or looking for yourself, there are resources here for you.
  • Mental Health at Work – Coronavius and isolation
    A pandemic isn’t just a physical health issue; it’s a mental health issue as well. Use these resources to support yourself and your colleagues.
  • Working well from home under self-quarantine for coronavirus
    The prospect of working in self-isolation might be daunting for those who have not worked from home before. This guide from explores what you can do to plan
  • Coronavirus and your wellbeing
    Resources and information from the mental health charity, Mind.

Useful Websites

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