The psychological support needs of the care home workforce during Covid-19

On the 11 June 2020, the Health Psychology Exchange facilitated a webinar on what is known about the Psychological Needs of the workforce during Covid-19 (Evidence from the World Health Organisation, British Psychological Society, Support the Workers)

A recording of the webinar can be found below. It was also agreed that further links and resources will be added to this page over the coming days and weeks

 


Zoom Recording: The psychological support needs of the care home workforce during Covid-19

15 June 2020

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Guide for professionals - 6 agenda items for discussing psychological support of health and social care

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HPX Resources Safety

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HPX Resources Psychological First Aid

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HPX Resources Physical wellbeing

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HPX Resources Opportunities to decompress

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HPX Resources Decision making (ethics)

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HPX Resources Leadership & Communications

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Session slides

11 May 2020

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New: COVID-19: Psychological First Aid

15 June 2020

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How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis by Dr Russ Harris, author of The Happiness Trap

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The 20 Minute Care Space - Structured support intervention for health and social care staff

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Death and grieving in a care home during Covid-19: the experience of care staff, residents and families

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Occurrence, prevention, and management of the psychological effects of emerging virus outbreaks on healthcare workers: rapid review and meta-analysis

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