Leeds Public Health Resource Centre website has the latest advice and guidance from the Leeds Public Health team, and signposts you to relevant local services and resources, to support you in your role during the Coronavirus pandemic. This information is for anyone with a responsibility for or interest in public health or promoting health and wellbeing in Leeds.
Information from the Multi Agency Bronze on Winter: Most at RIsk Information and Routes to Support for people who are at higher clinical risk from Covid-19 to assist anyone working with people in Leeds who may have been advised that they are clinically extremely vulnerable to Covid-19.
Leeds City Council: Support available for clinically vunerable people in Leeds
Leeds City Council: Suicide Prevention: Guidance for Frontline Workers and Volunteers
Mindful Employer Leeds has a strong network of employers in Leeds who want to make postitive changes to properly support staff mental health. It’s free to join the network and to receive a monthly newsletter. Current newsletters have information and advice about supporting staff wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak.
Psychological first aid in emergencies training for frontline staff and volunteers – Public Health England has created a short Psychological First Aid training course, which is available free on the Future Learn website. You can find out more on the UK government website.
Mental Health at Work: Coronavirus – supporting yourself and your colleagues at work
Minds@work: Mentally healthy remote working
Business Diability Forum: Covid-19 toolkit
Forum Central: Advice to help you set up your home workstation
Instiute for Employment Studies: Working at Home Wellbeing Survey