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Wellbeing

 

CLICK HERE to read our latest Wellbeing Article covering: Burnout

by Lincolnshire Drs L.Dodington-Boyes and L.Rajput 

& CLICK HERE to listen to their recent Wellbeing Podcast talking about Burnout

 

    

 

  


Many factors can affect an individual’s wellbeing, some cannot be avoided, such as bereavement, however wellbeing in the workplace is a key factor in the success of individuals and organisations.

The LMC aim to support members and their teams to achieve a sense of wellbeing.

This webpage has been developed to provide a directory of resources that can be accessed for support and guidance.

 

For GPs, Practice Managers and their teams:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mentoring & Coaching 

( www.lincslmc.co.uk/impactlincs )

Mentoring & coaching can benefit you and your organisation in many ways;

  • Help to make improvements to your work life balance
  • Allow you to manage transitions positively
  • Create a positive focus on achieving your aspirations
  • Improve your motivation
  • Develop & enhance your leadership skills
  • Improve your resilience
  • Build your confidence

Our trained mentors can support you to make positive steps forward in your career and personal life. Mentoring sessions can take place at a time & place to suit you.

This service is available free of charge for Lincolnshire GPs Practice, Managers, Nurse Professionals and all other General Practice Staff.

To access or find out more about this free service, contact us;

Tel 01522 576659

Email: info@lincslmc.co.uk

Please be aware this is not an emergency service – If you find yourself in such a situation please seek help from your own GP or other agencies or contact BMA Counselling Tel 0330 123 1245 - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


 

 

 

Not quite 100% but can't quite put your finger on what is wrong? In need of a break but not able to switch off?

You don't need to wait until you feel overwhelmed; talking things through can help to let off steam and release that build-up of pressure.

The thing is, when life becomes challenging; 'soldiering on' is often praised and encouraged however keeping things to yourself and locking your feelings away in the name of soldiering on is unlikely to help.

It may feel small and insignificant at first, but locking your feelings away can lead to them growing negative until your whole outlook on life changes, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and out of control.

Talking is such a simple thing but it has the power to change perspective. 

 

DON'T LOCK YOUR FEELINGS AWAY, CALL OR EMAIL THE TAKE-30 SERVICE

TO ARRANGE A ONE-OFF CONFIDENTIAL CONVERSATION,

(Within 24 hours).

WE ARE HERE TO LISTEN

CONTACT US NOW –

If you feel too busy to talk, let us know and we can arrange to call you at a more convenient time.

This service aimed at providing confidential peer support for busy GP’s, Practice Managers, Nurses & all other Practice Staff Members as they work through everyday challenges.

This service is available free of charge for all Lincolnshire General Practice Staff between 10am & 4pm for initial contact, Monday to Friday.

To access or find out more about this free service, contact us; 

Follow up sessions can be arranged if needed.

CLICK HERE  for information

CLICK HERE To download a Take-30 poster for your staff noticeboard

 


Wellbeing - LCHS

 

Our health and wellbeing helpline can be used by staff and managers who have any queries or concerns relating to COVID 19 regarding their health and wellbeing, for example staff wellbeing, health conditions, guidance around social distancing and self-isolation and basic HR queries. Depending on the nature of your call, you may be signposted onto other sources of advice.

Please do not call until you have spoken to your line manager or practice manager in the first instance, they may well know the answer to your question.

The health and wellbeing helpline is available from 8am-8pm, 7 days a week, please contact us on 01522 308885.