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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing 4h
☎️ A new hotline is providing psychological support to NHS staff. Complimenting our Staff Wellbeing Network, the line also signposts to financial, bereavement and specialist support. The line is open from 7am - 11pm, while the text service is 24/7. Tel: 03001317000
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North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust 6h
During the covid-19 crisis it's important that we all look out for each other. If you're concerned that a child or young person is at risk of abuse or neglect then you must report your concerns. Call 0333 240 1727 or 0808 800 5000. If a child is at immediate risk of harm call 999
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing 14h
There’s so much useful information and advice available you may be unsure where to start to get support at this time. In the first instance check out the resources on the staff web and our Staff Wellbeing Network, details below.
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North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust Apr 6
💙THANK YOU to our communities for all the love & support we're receiving 💙 We've been inundated with lots of kind donations for staff & patients & are now coordinating these centrally. To contact us: Volunteering@ncic.nhs.uk or 01228 814567 Please don't turn up at our sites.
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Laura Hocking Apr 6
Supporting with our own aka "Bubble" room and a "get it off your chest" box thanks for inspiration!
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing Apr 4
We have launched a . The contact number is: 0800 633 5547 The phone service currently runs Mon – Fri 8am -12 and 4pm -8pm or email staffwellbeingnetwork@ncic.nhs.uk. Together we can discuss the most helpful route to take to gain support.
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NHS Employers Apr 3
Ramadan begins later this month on 23 April and lasts a month. This year will be different for staff who are Muslim due to , learn more.
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Time to Change Apr 2
People struggling with their mental health might need extra support as a result of the coronavirus crisis. If someone reaches out to you, listen and take it seriously.
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Time to Change Mar 31
The coronavirus crisis means that everyday life is changing, which can have a big impact on our mental health. If you're worried as a result of Covid-19, you can head to for tips to manage your mental health 👉
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing Mar 31
Struggling with social distancing communication? Lets stay strong together....but at a safe distance! Illustration from but it can be applied anywhere in the world.
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing Mar 31
During times of worry or stress, it can be easy to find comfort in food. Here are some top tips to try and eat mindfully - it can not only help with those cravings but also can slow the mind down and improve wellbeing. Download for free for more tips
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing Mar 30
Thanks Laura, we will add to the staff web
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing Mar 30
Here is a great website for NHS Staff to find helpful the latest offers nearby! Simply put in your postcode:
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Lindsay Wright Mar 29
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The BMJ Mar 29
"The course of the covid-19 outbreak is unknown. In this unprecedented situation we each have a professional responsibility to be civil and show respect and kindness for others at all times"
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Elaine Crooks Mar 27
What a wonderful surprise in the heads of nursing office today, random acts of kindness make all the difference! Thankyou for the supplies
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing Mar 24
and NHS colleagues can get free access to , (sleep improvement), Daylight (anxiety) & (mental health support) - details of how to access them are on the staff web or email healthandwellbeing@ncic.nhs.uk
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Elaine Crooks Mar 22
A lovely little run tonight with my joyous daughter. 3 miles at safe social distance has lifted my spirits no end. Ready to face the week ahead.
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NCIC Staff Health & Wellbeing Mar 22
New guidance has been issued to those most at risk.
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