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DeniseAstara Nov 22
It's so important to schedule time for yourself in your working week. Living in the West of Ireland with November mornings like this makes it so easy to recharge. There's magic in that sea air.
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Anna Hopkins Nov 16
Eating chips in bed and watching best of Oprah episodes with my dog.
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Carlisle Healthcare Nov 16
Last but not least, Tip No10 is short but sweet: Make self-care a lifelong habit; don’t just do it today, or this week, or even this month. Make sure you’re consciously doing it every day, from today onwards.
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North Staffs Mind Nov 18
Practice self-care to make sure you feel emotionally, physically and mentally strong.
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Community Pharmacy Surrey & Sussex Nov 16
Enabling pharmacies to provide support for more patients will help improve health outcomes from medicines
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ThisGirlCanSuffolk Jan 17
DON'T FORGET! Tomorrow, 10am at Burlington Road Surgery, one of the ambassadors is giving an inspirational talk about becoming active! She'll be sharing her own story & providing advice on finding an activity that suits YOU & YOUR lifestyle ⛹️‍♀️🤸‍♀️🧘‍♀️🏊‍♀️
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CNWL People Nov 16
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A&A HARP Nov 15
For , our board shows just a few easy ways you can look after your own health and wellbeing. Make a priority, listen to your body and learn to love it. ❤
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CFT PROMISE Project Nov 19
There's still a long way to go in making person-centred care a reality. PROMISE is a project to reduce Pressure Ulcers using continuous pressure monitoring equipment. Our aim is to increase patient empowerment, care and choice
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Tyler Didra Dec 15
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Tyler Didra Dec 12
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PAGB Nov 16
We asked PAGB Members and staff to tell us their secret - what's yours?
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Salford Carers Nov 17
To destress this weekend, try our next tip. 6) PRACTICE MINDFULNESS Sit in a comfortable position and focus on your breathing. When thoughts enter your mind, let them pass +refocus on your breathing. Practice regularly + you might feel calmer.
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Julie Starr Nov 18
When you've built self-care into your routines, e.g. as something you naturally do, your professional resilience is noticeable to others.
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Carol Ann Whitehead FRSA 🦓The Zebra Partnership Nov 16
Thank you for the kind words 🙏🏽for my nomination & Fellowship Time to recharge for next weeks meetings event, gala ball & ! Don’t forget to look after yourselves & others
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NRAS Nov 15
Tip 3 this is Heat Therapy. Hot baths or showers (if getting in and out of the bath is tricky!) can really help to ease stiff joints. You can also use dry heat, such as a hot water bottles or electric heat pads.
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Sensory Integration Education Nov 15
It’s , and we encourage all those engaged in caring for others, either professionally or personally, to remember to also care for your own mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Share how you include self-care in your working day...
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Cruse Bereavement Care Nov 16
Our last tip of . Get Sleep. Sleep helps your body function. Without proper sleep, coping with the death of a loved one can be more difficult and can take longer.
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SCFT Time To Talk Health Nov 15
Knowing what isn't, is as important as knowing what it is. Its not something that we force on ourselves or doing something we don’t enjoy. This weekend TTTH encourage YOU to do what you enjoy. Pass it on to your colleagues, family, friends and patients
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Craig Hallam Dec 7
Today I have: - exercised - meditated - washed the pots - not cried yet So far so good. Just gotta keep it up for...you know...ever 😂
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