Updated guidance for safe international travel from the UK.
Information on symptoms and tips, as well as signposts to further support.
Guidance and information on the pandemic. Last updated 8th June 2020.
Caring for patients during an epidemic places significant psychological demands on healthcare workers, from the suffering of patients, to fear of infection. This resource shares tips and advice.
The way in which bad news is conveyed is shown to have a lasting impact on how an individual and team responds to the situation. This short infosheet presents the 5 P’s on how to break bad news to teams in the event of a staff death, (be it sudden, accidental, expected).
It's not about being strong or weak. It’s about recognising the real impacts of encountering traumatic material and finding ways of dealing with it. This document seeks to support you in that aim by suggesting concrete and practical ways in which you can maintain your wellbeing.
Rabies is a vaccine-preventable viral disease transmitted by exposure to the saliva of infected warm-blooded animals.
Ebola causes a significant amount of fear - it's important to replace fear of the unknown with accurate knowledge of prevention and treatment.
From the European Interagency Security Forum, this can help agencies prevent, prepare and respond to incidents of sexual violence against staff.
All of us have times in our lives when we feel low. Feeling sad or drained is a normal part of life. Depression, like most mental health conditions falls along a spectrum, but is different than normal grief or sadness. How can we recognize when we’ve tipped into a more damaging type of depression requiring adjustment and support? Fortunately, depression is treatable.