Togetherall is a 24/7, safe online community for people who are stressed, anxious or feeling low, with self-guided courses and resources.

 

Hundreds of people are using the online service which provides a safe community to support mental health, 24/7.

The support at: www.togetherall.com is free for people in Cumbria aged 16 and over. People can register by simply using their postcode.

This service provides an alternative option for support, particularly with the pressures across health and social care at this time.

It offers:

  • A vibrant online community where members can support each other
  • Trained professionals available 24/7 to keep the community safe
  • Access 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Creative tools to express how you’re feeling
  • Self-assessments and recommended resources
  • Wide range of self-guided courses to complete at your own pace

 

A service is also available for children and young people in Cumbria at: http://kooth.com This also provides free, safe and anonymous support for young people including resources like discussion boards, magazines, daily journal feature and the ability to chat with their team.

 

Friday 22 January 2021, 09:30 to 11:00

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Adrian Bauman, Emeritus Professor of Public Health, The University of Sydney

Professor Bauman is a world-leading public health researcher who has for over 30 years studied chronic disease prevention and the development and assessment of prevention research methods. He is a committed advocate for research translation into practice to achieve population-wide impact and health equity. His research has demonstrated the need for cross-sectoral involvement from areas outside of health in physical activity promotion programs, including diverse sectors such as sport, transport and urban planning to achieve better outcomes. Professor Bauman also builds innovative research-policy linkages and conducts policy-relevant research.

This workshop will explore the 10 guiding principles, developed by our regional FusePAW network to support transferable knowledge exchange activities and help implementation of national Physical Activity policy in local contexts. 

This event will take place on the Zoom platform with video or dial in options available.

 

#ProjectM is a support, learning and development offer which aims to provide an inclusive and supportive community for leaders and managers.

As part of the offer, the NHS Leadership Academy holds regular tweetchats for leaders to connect, and share ideas, experiences and concerns.

So far, the chats have reached over 1.2 million users and the next one is will take place on Tuesday 2nd February, 7-8pm. Follow #ProjectM and #OurNHSPeople to join the conversation on Twitter

22nd March 2021, 9:30am to 12:00noon, Online via Zoom: www.nelacademy.nhs.uk/event/sumo-resilient-leadership

26th April 2021, 9:30am to 12:00noon, Online via Zoom: https://www.nelacademy.nhs.uk/event/sumo-resilient-leadershipapril 


How to ensure that wellbeing leads to welldoing

SUMO can mean differing things dependent on your context; it can stand for  ‘Shut Up, Move On’ or ‘Stop, Understand, Move On’.

These half day sessions will explore practical ways to build personal resilience, manage our own wellbeing and that of others, helping to maximise performance and engagement at work.

 

North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust (NCIC) has put together a video which takes a look back over the year 2020. It’s well worth a watch to remind us what an eventful year it was in healthcare: