This toolkit provides practical tips and step-by-step information to help NHS employers to implement the six parts of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) workplace guidance.
Looking out for healthcare workers’ mental health
If you work in healthcare, you know that the pressures can add up. Looking after your own and your staff’s mental wellbeing can seem like an impossible task – but it’s an important one and, if you’re an employer or manager, it’s part of your job. This set of resources should give you some places to start.
Resources in this toolkit:
It's easier to recognise someone's physical than emotional wellbeing. This easy-to-use tool has been developed with NHS staff to help talk openly about emotional health, look at its impact and plan actions to enable more good days than bad.
This booklet, produced by Mind, is for anyone who is managing their mental health at work. It covers the relationship between work and mental health, managing stress and difficult relationships at work, and what support you can get.
A really quick primer for NHS line managers to give you confidence in managing sickness absence. This page focuses on staff who have been absent due to mental health issues.