Click on the drop-down menus for links to the webinars, or click here to find out more about Greater Manchester Resilience Hub.
This short (under 10min) webinar covers anxiety and some of the things that can help. Click here to watch it.
This short (6m30) webinar covers stress and some of the things that can help. Click here to watch it.
This short (7m30) webinar that covers low mood and some of the things that can help. Click here to watch it.
In this webinar, Professor Alan Barrett describes the psychosocial support offered by the Hub, for health and care front line workers impacted by covid.
Click here to watch it.
These three webinars were co-ordinated and recorded by NHS England / NHS Improvement’s north region mental health team:
They were arranged to help share learning with others, from across the North, about the Hub’s background, set up and clinical model.
Webinar one: Background and purpose
This webinar focuses on the context of resilience following the Manchester Arena attack, key principles and rationale, alliance across commissioning and providers, communication and engagement, the whole system approach, family focus and all age and achievements to date.
Speakers: Professor Alan Barrett, Helen Lambert, Jennifer Willbourn, Zulfi Jiva, and Sandy Bering
Click here to watch webinar one.
Webinar two: The how (strategic practicalities)
This webinar focuses on the Greater Manchester model in practice, key levers to driving a system response at pace, contracting and performance, evaluation and evidence, forums/ boards and governance.
Speakers: Dr Alan Barrett, Helen Lambert, Jenni Willbourn, and Sandy Bering
Click here to watch webinar two.
Webinar three: The how (clinical practicalities)
This webinar focuses on clinical mechanisms and learning, prioritisation and the launch of a community of practice network for clinicians to share learning.
Speakers: Dr Alan Barrett, Helen Lambert, Jennifer Willbourn and Clare Jones.
Click here to watch webinar three.
The introduction to self-care was targeted at care home staff in Greater Manchester, but the key messages are relevant to all.
Speakers: Dr Ruth Watson and Jenni Willbourn