Reboot Coaching Programme
We are delighted to have worked with Yorkshire & Humber Patient Safety Transformational Leadership Research Centre and Bradford Teaching Hospitals to introduce the Reboot Coaching Programme. The Reboot Coaching Programme was funded by the Burdett Trust and aimed to prepare Critical Care Nurses for highly stressful clinical events and aid recovery.
The paper has now been published. to access the full paper click below.
Critical care nursing workforce in crisis: A discussion paper examining contributing factors, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and potential solutions.
The critical care nursing workforce is in crisis, with one-third of critical care nurses worldwide intending to leave their roles. This paper aimed to examine the problem from a wellbeing perspective, offering implications for research, and potential solutions for organisations.
ICS Health & Wellbeing Resources
The Intensive Care Society has released a wellbeing resource pack developed with Dr Julie Highfield, Clinical Psychologist. The poster series aims to improve our understanding of psychological wellbeing at work, the impact reduced wellbeing can have and what we can do in response, and includes tips for dealing with extraordinary situations such as COVID-19 and everyday working in critical care.
Follow the links to access the ICS Wellbeing resources :
ICS Wellbeing Hub
Intensive care as a positive place to work: Workforce Wellbeing Best Practice Framework & Self Assurance and Improvement Tool.
NHS People Website
This website is supporting NHS staff, helping you manage your own health and wellbeing whilst looking after others. There are lots of really useful resources including links to helplines and free apps.
To access the website click here >>>>
Civility Saves Lives – Improving workplace culture
Feel Free to download and display the Going Home Checklist that can be used to encourage reflection and mindfulness at the end of a working day.
Adapted from Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals.
Coping with stress after a major incident
Royal College of Nursing Tool kits
Second Victim Support Website
Supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Translational Research Centre, the website: www.secondvictim.co.uk aims to help second victims identify the types of support they may need and signpost them towards that help. It also features some powerful personal stories of how incidents have affected staff emotionally and professionally.
Based on evidence gathered from many studies into the impact of patient safety incidents on the staff involved, and their personal experiences, the website also encourages a safety culture where such incidents are managed in a way that enables learning and improves systems.
The research team hopes the website will be used by healthcare professionals who are second victims themselves, their managers and other teams including HR, risk management, occupational health and organisational development.