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 A curated collection of websites and resources that aim to help support our gradual return to the workplace.

 

RETURNING BACK TO WORK AND REMOTE WORKING

University of Cambridge COVID SharePoint

Updates on ‘Return to the workplace’, ‘Working from home’ and ‘Health and Wellbeing’

Pearn Kandola Webinar

The psychology of remote working: how individuals and teams can work better in a remote environment. This webinar looks at the importance of individual differences in adapting to remote working.

Transitioning back to usual after lockdown

Everyone’s situation is unique. However, as you approach your changed workplace, there are some general principles that will give you the best chance of staying mentally healthy over the coming months.

Support your team and yourself with our free Guides to Wellness Action Plans

Wellness Actions Plans (WAPs) are an easy, practical way of helping you to support your own mental health at work and, if you are a manager, helping you to support the mental health of your team members.

 
LOOKING AFTER YOURSELF WHILE LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS ARE EASING

From lockdown to relaxation of Covid rules Tips on looking after your mental health.

Everybody is facing uncertainty and challenge – and we have no choice but to move through it as best we can with our own coping mechanisms. Here are some tips on coping with fear, anxiety and uncertainty.

Managing feelings about lockdown easing

This page explains feelings you might have about the coronavirus lockdown easing. It also provides tips on managing these feelings and where to get more support.

 
ADVICE ON SUPPORTING YOUNG PEOPLE'S MENTAL HEALTH 

Coronavirus and mental health for young people.

If you’re worried about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on your mental health, you are not alone. Whatever you are going through right now, YOUNGMINDS have information and advice that can really help

Supporting your child during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Tips, advice and where to get support for your child's mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

 
UNIVERSITY'S WELLBEING RESOURCES

Staff Counselling Centre

The Staff Counselling Centre is available free of charge to all staff who hold a University contract of employment: academic, academic-related, assistant, research and technical.

Student Wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing pages give a broad overview of what is available for students to support their wellbeing whilst at the University of Cambridge.

UoC Wellbeing: WellCAM

Recordings of wellbeing events hosted by the University's WellCAM initiative, to promote health and wellbeing for staff.

LinkedIn Learning at Cambridge Hub: Wellbeing

University of Cambridge recommendations and learning paths for your wellbeing

 

UoC Wellbeing Advocates

 

Find contact details of your local Wellbeing Advocate who can provide support and signposting about wellbeing issues.

 
UNIVERSITY SPONSORED WELLBEING

Togetherall

All members of University staff can now access free online support with Togetherall. This provides access to online mental health wellbeing resources that may be helpful, particularly outside the Centre’s opening hours. You can sign up under ‘organisation’ with your staff e-mail address.

Qwell

University and College staff and students resident in Cambridge are eligible to join Qwell – a new online counselling and wellbeing platform launched by MIND.