Worker Wellbeing Resources

List of worker wellbeing resources

Wellbeing Management Information – M

  1. NHS Scotland Psychology Service Covid-19 services (3rd sector accessible) May 2020
  2. BAME Guidance for employers to support staff during Covid 19 (21 May 2020)
  3. CIPD Workplace guide – returning after Coronavirus (4th May 2020)
  4. Steelcase – The Post-Covid Workplace (space design mixed with people implications) (May 2020)
  5. IJB Paper of wellbeing – example of good practice (27/5/20)
  6. Mobilisation slides – wellbeing 11 June 2020 (June 2020)
  7. Working from Home for workers – example of good practice East Ayrshire (May 2020) (May 2020)

 

Wellbeing Practice Development – P

  1. Schwartz Rounds Presentation- Practice option/approach for consideration (May 2020)
  2. NICE PTSD Guidance 2018 – best practice
  3. Wellbeing Slides – presentation of national plan (in development) Dave Caesar (28th May 2020)
  4. East Ayrshire Council Wellbeing Strategy for our Workforce
  5. Stirling Council Pulse Survey – sample of good practice

 

Wellbeing Resources for the workforce – R

  1. Covid 19 Staff Wellbeing Communication Toolkit – an excellent collection of best practice information resources and signposting links (20th May 2020)
  2. Psychological First Aid Infographic (April 2020)
  3. NES Psychological First Aid and Debriefing (20th April 2020)
  4. PROMIS Wellbeing Coaching – self referral coaching scheme (May 2020)
  5. Scottish Ballet staff session information – ‘Health at Hand’ (April 2020)

 

Worker Wellbeing Hub for Health and Social Care Workers

www.promis.scot – A really high-quality evidence based resource (accessible on all devices) for workers, managers, unpaid carers and organisations.

Within this site as well as information, and a search function to find the information you need, there are links to resources and apps including:

  • Sleepio: An evidence-based sleep improvement program
  • Daylight: A smart-phone based app that helps with anxiety and worry
  • Silvercloud: A structured programme based on CBT that focuses on supporting your wellbeing, including managing your mental health, resilience, stress and sleep.
  • Lifelines Scotland Staying Well Road Trip 

Please access these apps through links in the PROMIS Wellbeing Hub site as this is how they are licenced and accessible to you.

  • The accompanying PROMIS communications toolkit is within the folder as a zip file – this will enable organisations to display the information in social media, to link from their own website and in employer handbooks/intranets etc to increase the number of people accessing it.

Employers who wish to add their organisation’s information to the wellbeing hub under ‘third sector organisations- support for staff’ you can submit/contact through this page on the site.