Wellbeing Week 2022: 10-16 October 2022World Mental Health Day (October 10th) is an opportunity to focus on our mental health and wellbeing and spread awareness about the importance of looking after it. Research shows that there are five simple things we can do to boost our mental health and wellbeing, these are called the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
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The Links between Inequality, anxiety and stress – Professor Richard Wilkinson 10.30 -11.30amJoin here at 10.30amArt of Brilliance’s Andy Cope is facilitating a virtual workshop ‘Shift Happens be the change’ 2pm -3pmJoin here at 2pmState of Mind Sport – ‘Mental Health Awareness’Join here at 11amMeeting ID: 815 4839 5607 Passcode: 756227 Wellbeing ‘Take 30 minutes’ We all have busy lives, but it is so important for our mental health and wellbeing to take time out and be active. So, whether it’s a walk, wheel, ride, run or ramble we can all take an additional 30 minutes this week for fresh air and activity – to help us develop better habits and reduce our screen time. What did you do? Share a photo of your activity or the view you enjoyed Share your ‘Take 30’ viewsRichard Wilkinson is a researcher in social inequalities in health and co-founder of the Equality Trust. He is emeritus professor of public health at the University of Nottingham and co-author, with Kate Pickett, of The Inner Level: How More Equal Societies Reduce Stress, Restore Sanity and Improve Everyone’s Wellbeing. We are really pleased that Richard has agreed to join us today as we mark World Mental Health Day. Please join Richard at 10.30am on the zoom link below as he talks about his research and the links between inequality, anxiety & stress.
Updated Wellbeing Pageswellbeing page on the intranet. Don’t miss: Health drop-ins – Nurse-led clinic for basic health checks, advice and guidance on a range of issues whether mental health or physical health. 12 October 9.00am – 12.30pm & Monday 17 October 13.00 – 16.30pm both drop-in Princess Buildings, John Leeming room Andy’s Man Club 12 October meet Andrew Greenway Project Development as he talks about the vital support work Andy’s Man Club facilitateJoin Zoom Meeting 10am 12 OctoberMeeting ID: 832 9678 0383 Passcode: 305124 Menopause, Cognition and Mood sessions – Interactive group session on managing changes to mood and brain fog symptoms. It will also provide an opportunity to find out what has/hasn’t worked for people. 18 October 10 am and 28 October 10am please book on through ITRENT Art Of Brilliance ‘Brilliant strengths’ 4 November is a journey of self-strength-discovery. In our signature fun and interactive way, we will re-kindle inherent strengths – and uncover new ones. The result is revitalised and re-energised individuals who are able to operate as a high-performance team. Book on through ITRENT Meet the Staff Networks – an opportunity to drop in and meet representatives from the staff networks, chat, and find out a bit more about the inclusion work staff led networks focus on. Click here to join the meetingGo to our Wellbeing page for our full updated programme.Good mental health is essential to living happy and healthy lives. Our Wellbeing pages have been updated with new workshops, resources, new ‘Midday Me Time’ dates and venues. All aiming to support everyday wellbeing themed under the Five Ways to Wellbeing and running through October and November. For more details, dates, times, links or booking instructions please go to our