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Wellbeing Road Shows
Staff wellbeing is very important to us. We know good health and wellbeing can have positive effects on your health.
To help the wellbeing group have put together a series of sessions that will focus on four themes:
- Wellbeing (June 2014)
- Doing the Right Thing? (September 2014)
- Keeping Active (December 2014)
- Finances (March 2015)
There have been many proactive and practical suggestions made by staff at the sessions and we hope that you can join in. (External) Visit Eventbrite to book, view dates or scroll down to find out more.Outline of the SessionsWellbeing
Maintaining your wellbeing at work is very important for staff working in the healthcare sector. By maintaining our health and wellbeing it can have positive effects on your health and relationships at home and at work.
This session will outline some ways in which you could look after your wellbeing and will look for your ideas how we as an organisation might be able to help you to maintain your wellbeing
Doing the Right Thing?
Have you seen something happening at work that does not feel right but you are not sure of what to do?
This session will look at why it is important do this.
It will also help you how you can raise a concern about something going on in the workplace.
Staying Active at Work
It is important that we stay active throughout our lives in order to maintain our health and wellbeing. This session will give you some ideas as to how you can stay active.
With finances getting tighter it is important to ensure that we are making the most of our money each month.
This session will give you some ideas about how you might be able to do this.
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