The Wellbeing Pulse Survey Spring 2021
The survey was opened in May 2021 for three weeks. Initial results survey
Further analysis is being done to look at individual centre and directorate details, and data pertaining to demographic information is being used to inform the Health Inequalities Project. If anyone is interested in giving further feedback on this survey or would like to take part in the Health Inequalities Project research phase, please complete this short form: https://nhsbt.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/wellbeing-survey-feedback
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Tools and resources to support colleagues through this period. We will review the resources regularly to reflect any changes to guidance from the Government.
Wellbeing tools for use by managers and colleagues to support discussions to review and agree needs / plans as centres begin to open up further.
The Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), provided by Health Assured, is there to advise and support you through the difficult times. It is a free, confidential service accessible by phone, online or mobile app 24 hours a day. The Health Assured portal provides access to wellbeing fact sheets, videos, self-help programmes, interactive tools and educational resources to help with life’s challenges. The phone line connects you with qualified advisors who can arrange counselling and signpost you towards other support services available
Every year NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) provides flu vaccinations for all colleagues. These vaccines become available towards the end of September and are manufactured to combat the currently active strains of the influenza virus.
Wellbeing information about eye care, completing a Workstation Risk Assessment and claiming for Eye Care vouchers (test and contribution)
Information on a range of health issue and concerns e.g Menopause
Mental ill-health covers any conditions that affect a persons’ state of mind.
The Occupational Health (OH) service is provided by a third party, currently Optima Health
Information to help us support each other information about Mental Health and Wellbeing Champions, Disability and Health Promotion Advocates and Health and Wellbeing Links
Links and information on supporting tools for you. This area also holds specific tools on managing stress. Stress is not an illness, but rather a ‘state of mind’. If stress becomes excessive and prolonged, it can lead to physical and mental health problems.
Workplace adjustments can be temporary or long-term, and they can be anything that will help an individual to cope with whatever situation they are facing whilst also being able to maintain their job.