Five Ways to Wellbeing
Welcome to the staff wellbeing pages. We've adopted the Five Ways to Wellbeing framework, Be Aware, Be Informed, Be Connected, Be Active, Be Generous, used by the Government and charities like MIND, the NHS, and other universities, to provide information to help you manage and improve your wellbeing.
Tips and tools to manage your own wellbeing
of people in England and Wales will experience a mental health problem in any one year. (MIND 2018)
of those will do anything about their mental health problem. It doesn't have to be like that for us. (MIND 2018)
of those will only ever see their GP, only 10% will end up seeing a specialist mental health practitioner, but you can access free specialist support. (MIND 2018)
Yoga at your Desk
It's important to take breaks and keep your body moving and supple. With short exercises like this, they can help prevent back pain and other conditions that could affect your health and productivity.
The Social Hub
Find out what events and meetups are happening around the University on The Social Hub. You can also invite others to your own events; whether that's a book club, beekeeping, lunchtime walks, or any other kind of social activity.
This is where we could list contacts, either one per Faculty, Departmental Champions if we can go that far, or perhaps just to a shared email for our Wellbeing Work Group as a start- they are easy to set up.