Covid-19 resources

COVID-19 resources links to a collection of resource enabling access to self-help, instruction for meditation and mindful breathing, maintaining wellbeing, accessing external support and much more.

Supporting Trainers to support others during Covid-19

The Beat COVID: Get Prepared website provides a Wellbeing Strategy for Healthcare Workers: Get Prepared is the campaign to protect the wellness of our invaluable NHS staff through this difficult period. Join Beat COVID for a daily wellbeing content, specifically designed for the challenge of keeping a healthy mind and body whilst fighting the COVID battle.

Supporting your team

Controlling the breath to control the mind

Working from home

Compassion starts with me

PSU & Dragonbites coffee time podcast – ‘Realising strengths’ - PSU reflections on realising your strengths and maintaining wellbeing during challenging times (please note, this link will need to be accessed via a non-NHS device).

Hywel Dda Health Board poetry page - open to ALL (including children). Space to read, compose and submit poems that express feelings, record observations and free imaginations at this time. Other languages are encouraged (perhaps with a short explanation in English). You could ask for anonymity when you submit.

During this challenging time, the BMA’s Wellbeing support services are available to all UK medical students and doctors, regardless of membership, 24/7 and free of charge. These services are also open to spouses, partners and children of those doctors and medical students. Confidential counselling and peer support is offered.

Meditation and talk with Jon Kabat Zinn

Free Mindfulness

Breathworks Mindfulness free course

Oxford Mindfulness online sessions

Team support: 5 levels of care

Team support: Psychological safety

Team support: Psychological first aid

Team support: How to support staff with acute anxiety

Team support: 3 step team procedure

Team support: peer to peer psychological debriefing

Team support: other tips for supporting your team

Team support: tips for communicating around Covid-19

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