Category: wellbeing

June 2019 Podcast round up. St Emlyn’s

Here’s our regular podcast round up of the blog and podcast from June 2019. A really busy month for the team so not that many posts, but we hope that the lack of quantity is

JC: How events in emergency medicine impact doctors psychological well-being. St Emlyn’s

Ed – This blog by Laura Howard is based on her excellent work on the impact of events on emergency care clinicians. We hope that you read this alongside the other blogs and podcasts​1​ the

Wellbeing for the broken part 3, the Podcast. St Emlyn’s

We finish off the series with a podcast by Iain and Liz that brings together the themes of the first two blogs. You can review the previous blogs below. vb Iain and Liz

April 2019 round up podcast. St Emlyn’s

Here’s our regular monthly audio podcast round up of the best of the blog. Looks like I forgot to press go on this back at the beginning of May. So apologies for the late review.

Wellbeing for the broken. Part 2. St Emlyn’s

It is now several months after the event that I was so concerned had ‘broken’ me.  I am still at work.  I stayed at work.  I always felt I was safe to work, and maybe

Wellbeing for the broken. Part 1. Liz Crowe for St Emlyn’s

Editors comment: This is the first of two blogs written by our friend and colleague Liz Crowe. They describe a very painful experience and series of events experienced by someone close to us, and someone

SMACC Day 1 Afternoon Sessions: St Emlyn’s

We didn’t get lost at lunchtime and managed to make it back into the auditorium for the afternoon session. The morning was absolutely incredible (you can see Simon’s post here) and a great introduction to

About that I in team (and workplace relationships)

(and workplace relationships) Not a week goes by without a post on social media about wellness in the workplace. This is a good thing. Never before has there been such a focus on wellbeing. Even

PTSD and me part 4: post therapy

Editorial comment: this blog bring us up to date on a story we have covered over the last few years here on the blog. Rusty covers the eighteen months post therapy and presents a personal

New year resolutions and wellbeing. St Emlyn’s

I woke to this New Year to an email that said “do you want to be happier in 2019?” and I realised that one of the major factors influencing our wellbeing is that happiness is

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