One year on from the launch of the NHS Staff and Learners’ Wellbeing Commission, Health Education England are delighted to be hosting the Learner Mental Wellbeing Conference 2020: Championing Mental Wellbeing in the NHS Workforce.
As the NHS sets out a plan to ‘make the NHS the best place to work’ it is recognised that the mental wellbeing of the future NHS workforce will be crucial in achieving this ambition. This event provides an opportunity for learning about mental wellbeing, sharing experiences, and net-friending with NHS learners from across the healthcare system.
Registration is now open, book your place on the conference online
As this conference is funded by Health Education England, places for students, learners and educators on healthcare programmes are free. Limited places are reserved for educators and supervisors.
We also welcome abstract submissions for a poster competition aligned to our conference key themes.
- Being human
- The value of self-care
- Suicide, bereavement and support
- Social connection
- Rest and relaxation
- Wellbeing in the digital age
These may be in the form of academic research, quality improvement projects or personal reflections. Submit your abstract here.
Visit the conference website for further information www.birmingham.ac.uk/hee2020