South Yorkshire ICB Health and Wellbeing hub has a commitment to develop a more cohesive and targeted strategy for improved Health and Wellbeing for all our colleagues. This site is designed to support this strategy by citing various resources from podcasts and videos to helpful articles and apps, the resources can be accessed by everyone and enables you to help yourself through expert advice, information and guidance.
This guide is an information website, created by local charity Sheffield Flourish, aimed at anyone who is struggling with their mental health in Sheffield. It’s a comprehensive guide to mental health services and support in our city.
BBC Headroom is a mental health toolkit containing Mindful Tips, Mood Mixes, Personal Stories and Motivation to help you look after yourself and your loved ones.
MECC Link is a simple but flexible Very Brief Intervention (VBI) and signposting tool that has been designed to support an approach to positive behaviour change called ‘Making Every Contact Count’ (MECC).
Mind and CIPD jointly developed this guide and it addresses the whole lifecycle of employment, from recruitment, through keeping people well and managing a disability or ill-health at work, to supporting people to return to work after a period of absence. It provides practical advice and templates to help managers facilitate conversations about stress and mental health issues and put in place support so employees can stay well and in work.
This article outlines 10 ways to minimise interruptions, achieve your goals, and be successful in your work and home life.
This article looks at what burnout is, what its consequences are, and how you can avoid burnout in your career.
The Kings Fund has provided short pieces of content on managing self, working with others and learning from others experiences.
The NHS People website provides an array of information, resources and offers for helping you manage your own health and wellbeing while looking after others. You can sign up and look through these by audience theme.
This website provides guidance on creating a ‘wellbeing plan’ to help you proactively think about the tools that you can use to promote good mental health. The site was developed by mental health practitioners and people with lived experience of mental ill health. It is co-funded by NHS England.