Wellbeing, working life and coping strategies during COVID-19 – experiences of health and social care workers

Wellbeing, working life and coping strategies during COVID-19 – experiences of health and social care workers

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Wellbeing, working life and coping strategies during COVID-19 – experiences of health and social care workers

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The last year has thrown up numerous challenges for health and social care workers often juggling increased workloads, stressful working environments and personal responsibilities.

How has the mental wellbeing of health and social care workers been impacted and what coping strategies have they adopted during this challenging time?

At this webinar, Dr Denise Currie, Senior Lecturer at Queen's University Belfast, Dr Paula McFadden, Senior Lecturer at Ulster University and Dr Jermaine Ravalier, Reader at Bath Spa University, will give a snapshot of findings from research carried out during two different phases of the COVID-19 crisis and discuss practical tips for managers, employers and regulators on how to best support their workforce through the pandemic and into a ‘rebuilding phase’ post pandemic.

This event is part of the PrOPEL Hub's Spotlight on Health and Social Care Series taking place across June and July.

For other upcoming events, head to https://www.propelhub.org/

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03:00PM to 04:00PM