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On demand recording now available

The NHS workforce is, understandably, tired. A year and a half of managing a multi-wave pandemic, and now confronting the backlog of care that built up during the crisis, have taken a toll.

While there is optimism that the vaccine programme is making a difference, the winter is likely to bring a new wave of covid and potentially a wave of flu as well – all on top of conventional seasonal pressures.

In these circumstances, supporting staff wellbeing becomes a more pressing challenge than ever before. It is one which encompasses everything from supporting staff who are experiencing a mental health impact from the trauma they have experienced to trying to find ways to avoid burnout while maintaining service quality and patient safety.

So how can NHS organisations best support staff at all levels? What do the key areas of consideration need to be at this point in the global healthcare and economic crises? What specific wellbeing principles should we be leveraging?

This HSJ webinar, run in association with SAP, brought together a small panel of experts to discuss these important issues.

A recording of the session is now available.

For those who had previously registered for the webinar, click here to view the on demand recording.

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Neil Greenberg, professor of defence mental health, King’s College London and lead for trauma, Royal College of Psychiatrists

Neil Greenberg is a consultant academic, occupational and forensic psychiatrist based at King’s College London. Neil served in the armed forces for more than 23 years and has deployed, as a psychiatrist and researcher, to a number of hostile environments including Afghanistan and Iraq. At King’s Neil leads on a number of military mental health projects. During the covid-19 pandemic, Neil has worked closely with NHS England/Improvement and Public Health England, and has published widely on psychological support for healthcare and other key workers. He also chairs the Royal College of Psychiatrists special interest group in occupational psychiatry.


Coppelia Rose, global SAP healthcare and life sciences leader, DXC Technology

Coppelia Rose has spent almost her entire career in healthcare-related organisations, including pharmaceutical, general practice, public sector health and non-profit. She joined DXC Technology two years ago and has helped develop an industry-specific workforce management solution that incorporates mental health support for frontline healthcare workers.



Claire Read, contributor, HSJ

Claire Read is a professional writer and editor who has specialised in healthcare throughout her 20-year career. She has been a regular contributor to HSJ since 2012 and has a particular interest in healthcare digitisation and technology.

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