On-demand and supported by PCMIS and developed for NHS professionals, find out how you and your team can benefit from Resilience Hubs and develop new wellbeing focused strategies to improve your long term mental health support.
How to support your staff and their families’ wellbeing
Learn from the UK’s first Resilience Hub and find out how you can access and engage with mental health support, and develop similar support services to meet NHS England and NHS Improvement’s guidelines. Key learning outcomes:
- Adapt your service to support the wellbeing of staff in the aftermath of the pandemic
- Utilise hubs and digital tools to support your staff and their families’ wellbeing
- Ensure continued engagement in staff wellbeing in the years following the pandemic
Support and guidance for you in your own time
Driven by case study examples, this on-demand webinar will share how the Greater Manchester Resilience Hub redirected their resources and responded to the challenges of the pandemic. Benefit from shared lessons learnt, plus:
- One hour of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring an engaging video you can access in your own time
- Free to all NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible on the 'watch now' tab
|1 hour video | Filmed on Wednesday 26th May 2021 | featuring:|
Digital pathways to support staff wellbeing
Byron George, CEO and co-founder, PCMIS
Enabling NHS Resilience Hubs: improving staff support post Covid-19
Alan Barrett, Adult Clinical Lead and Helen Lambert, Service Lead, Greater Manchester Resilience Hub, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Question and answer session
Byron, Alan and Helen will be answering the questions and comments that came into the chat box during their presentation, engaging with the thoughts and feelings of the NHS professionals who attended this webinar live.
First-hand speaker experiences
The Greater Manchester Resilience Hub was set up in response to the Manchester Arena Attack in 2017 to co-ordinate care and support for thousands of children, young people and adults whose mental health and/or emotional wellbeing was affected.
As a central point for mental health advice and support, the Hub is now providing support for all health and care workers, across Greater Manchester, who have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
PCMIS CEO and co-founder, Byron is a chartered IT professional, ITIL and PRINCE2 certified. Byron has over 20 years' experience in strategic healthcare IT developments, delivering innovative systems to a wide range of health care providers including NHS, commercial and academic environments.
Byron has a track record of delivering large scale implementations and was responsible for the implementation of the first IAPT pilot site and pathfinder sites in the UK then later, the first NewAccess mental health services in Australia.