Mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19
Life has changed, work has changed, we have changed. But can we learn from our experiences?
The Coronavirus pandemic has inevitably had an effect on many people’s mental wellbeing to varying degrees.
From key health and social care workers on the frontline treating COVID hands on, to those shielding, living alone, or those volunteering in the community – everyone has been impacted by the virus.
During this webinar we will hear how public services have adapted the services they provide during the pandemic as well as their successes and challenges. In particular we’ll be focusing on:
- Community based services working together to provide mental health support
- Supporting staff health and wellbeing
- How technology can be harnessed to overcome loneliness and social isolation
- What it’s like to lead organisations through a pandemic
- Different approaches to providing mental health support
As well as this we will also hear from We are Platfform, who will share key messages from their ‘Lessons from Lockdown’ and provide a picture of mental health and wellbeing in Wales.
To register for the seminar please complete our online booking form. We have a delegate privacy notice [opens in new window], telling you how we deal with your personal data as part of the registration process.
To contact the Good Practice Exchange team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joining instructions are circulated 1-2 weeks before the event. Please ensure you provide your email address when booking a place to ensure that we can send information to you.