For Mental Health Awareness Week this year, we are sharing our top quotes.
Work makes up a significant proportion of our lives. For many, it is a key source of stresses and successes, meaning it has the power to challenge us not only mentally and physically, but also emotionally. It is little surprise then, that work - and the workplace itself - can have a big impact on our mental health. This is especially the case in high-pressure roles like healthcare, where day-to-day situations are routinely emotionally challenging.
Like eating well and getting plenty of exercise, relationships are one of the foundations of good mental health. Find out more about the impact they can have.
Taking place each May, Mental Health Awareness Week is run by the Mental Health Foundation. This year's theme is relationships, and the vital role they play in maintaining mental wellbeing. Find out more about the history of Mental Health Awareness Week.
There are approximately 700,000 informal carers taking care of their loved ones. Alzheimer’s Research UK has estimated that by 2017 there won’t be enough informal carers to look after older people who need care. Here are some top tips for care workers who help people with dementia live independently in their own homes.
Share your #HealthcareHeroes stories to recognise your family member, friend or colleague and win a spa day for two.
With the recent announcement from the Department of Health (DoH) introducing a ban on NHS trusts using ‘non-framework’ agencies, our latest blog explains what frameworks are and why they are used.
Mass media is society's biggest source of information on mental health. We consider how mental illness is portrayed by the media.
Mental health – what is it? How common is it? What can be classed as a mental health disorder? What symptoms can cause mental health issues? How does it affect health care providers?
New resources for our nurses and HCAs
New Social Care Partnership
An opportunity to build something new and great