The University’s priority is the health and wellbeing of its staff, students and visitors. For the latest information and details on how the University is responding to the current situation, visit the coronavirus website which also includes links to the UK Government website, World Health Organisation and Public Health England.
The Staff Counselling and Psychological Support Service (SCPSS) provides confidential professional support for all University staff for personal or work-related problems and challenges.
Assessments to help guide adjustments or support, tailored to your individual health circumstance to help you attend work and fulfil your required duties.
Even while maintaining social distancing, it’s vital during these times, to stay connected to the important people in your life, be they colleagues, friends, family members or others.
In these tricky times, many of us find it difficult to deal with all the uncertainty. Here are some avenues of support.
It is important to improve your mood and keep on moving in whatever way suits you.
Mindfulness is a useful practice to steady our minds and bodies.
A series of ongoing health checks available for those who are exposed to noise, vibration, ionising radiation, solvents, fumes, dusts, biological and other agents hazardous to health.
Information, guidance and support resources to help give staff and managers a better understanding of menopause