Resources about being kind to self in order to be kind to those around us.
Online Events for all – from Music to Comedy
As the potential for a bit more social engagement beckons, it will still be a long time before we will be able to get together at concerts, gigs and large events. Ticketmaster have pulled together ‘Our Guide to finding the best live stream gigs’ to offer something as near to live as possible in our current climate.
Podcast Series: The FMLM Podcast ‘A podcast series from the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management aimed at clinicians of all levels who want to hear informed discussion about the issues affecting clinical leadership in the UK and around the world.’ This is a new podcast series and, as at time of publishing, features podcasts […]Read more
Families: Resilience Alphabet for Kids – Toolkit
The Alphabet Resilience Toolkit is aimed at primary school children and comes with notes for parents or adults on how to use it. This is a free resource on the Education Scotland National Improvement Hub and can be accessed digitally or downloaded for print.
Coaching for Wellbeing – free coaching service for all in health and social care
Do you want to be more active in caring for your health and wellbeing during Covid-19, but not sure what to focus on? Look at our free coaching options in the new Coaching for Wellbeing service available now. Designed specifically to support all health and social services staff in Scotland during the Covid-19 pandemic, this is open to anyone at any level and in any role in the system.
The National Wellbeing Hub for staff working in health and social care provides a range of advice, information and resources to help you help yourself and your team if you have one.Read more
Know You More – Self Care in a Crisis: Self Coaching Resource
One of these is their Self Care in a Crisis: COVID19 Self-Coaching Resource which is designed to help you develop the ability to self coach and help you build your resilience, mental and emotional health. This is also covered in the Leadership Links Webinar on the 21st May (recording available post-event)
Webinar: Leadership Links webinar with Dr Jeremy Hinks: Some Thoughts on Self-Care
This webinar explores how we can practice Self Care through Self Coaching and is run in partnership with KnowYouMore, our digital coaching partners.
Self Care: Scottish Ballet Health at Hand for NHS & Social Care Staff
A series of 10 minute movement and breath sessions designed to address physical and mental health, accompanied by specially created music. Designed for the start of your shift, for break times or the end of your shift. Great for using when working at home too.
Self Care Tool – Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
A tool to help you build resilience during difficult times by The Wellness Society, supported by Jamma International. A downloadable workbook to take you step by step through your anxiety and how to build your resilience.
Article: BMJ – Covid fatigue is taking an enormous toll on healthcare workers
‘Whatever our situation as healthcare professionals—good pacing, refreshment, and support will be key to surviving the long road ahead’
Article with related podcast looking at Covid or Pandemic Fatigue, surviving this phase of fatigue and keeping well for the longer term.
Exercise: Centrestage@Home features Hairspray the Musical For those of you not so keen on HiiT in the sitting room, yoga in the hallway or doing laps of the block, how about a bit of dance? The team at Centrestage have a clear vision “To build energetic and inclusive communities with the arts at the heart.” […]Read more