The University will encourage and facilitate working practices and services that support employee health and wellbeing as outlined in the Health & Wellbeing Policy (currently under review).
A Wellness Action Plan has been designed to support us all to manage our mental health and promote wellbeing at work.
How to deal with stress and how to learn to relax can be found in this Wellbeing Guide: How to manage stress. It explains when and how stress can be bad for you, and provides helpful strategies for dealing with it and where to go for further help.
The Managing Wellbeing at Work guide is aimed at staff members who are looking to manage stress at work.
The Mental Health Support - a manager's guide for supporting staff sets out simple, practical steps to support staff at every stage of the mental health spectrum. A short guide for supervisors is also available aimed at promoting positive mental health at work.
The Menopause - practical guidance aims to promote better understanding and support for women who are going through the menopause.
Information following a workplace blood or body fluid exposure incident
There are a range of external wellbeing services in the local area.
NHS Audio guides are available to boost your mood. You'll find a series of eight mental wellbeing podcasts or audio guides you can listen to in your own time, in private, to help you through times when your mood is low or you're feeling anxious.