Free online mindfulness resources and services

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Guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus (COVID-19) “provides advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeingduring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak” (Last updated on 31st March 2020)

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“Samaritans and NHS, working in partnership, have launched a new confidential support line for NHS workers and volunteers in England. The confidential support line is open 7am to 11pm, 7 days a week, and is run by dedicated volunteers who are self-isolating following government guidance.”

NHS workers and volunteers can access the number for the wellbeing support line here

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Visit HEE’s online learning platform, e-Learning for Healthcare to learn more about Staff Wellbeing and Resilience during COVID-19

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Covid-19 Resilience Hub has been created on behalf of Health Education England in partnership with NHS England-Improvement to help front line staff in the NHS and care services in managing their own mental health and wellbeing.

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If you are staying at home or going to work, these pieces of advice from Mind will help you to cope up in this present pandemic situation

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A collection of resources, offers and toolkits to support NHS staff during this time. Please visit https://www.nhsemployers.org/covid19/health-safety-and-wellbeing

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How are you feeling today? NHS toolkit

This toolkit will help you to check your own wellbeing and support colleagues with their emotional wellbeing

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Visit British Medical Association webpage for some tips and free wellbeing support and services for all doctors and medical students in the United Kingdom

Library and Knowledge Service, HEE has compiled some sensible sources of advice/tips and tricks on working from home to support mental wellbeing of NHS staff in this crisis

Project5 is an online booking system which gives NHS staff access to free one-to-one support from a team of volunteer coaches and mental health practitioners “. It also gives access to self help evidence based resources to support mental wellbeing . 

It is a campaign run by junior doctors and medical students “to protect the wellness of our invaluable NHS staff through this difficult period.” Find advices on mindfulness, staying active, nutrition and sleep “specifically designed for the challenge of keeping a healthy mind and body whilst fighting the COVID battle.”