Linda Meekhams from the governance team at Osprey shares some thoughts about mental health awareness week, and how she has found that a little bit of kindness can go a long way.
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Fasting plays an important role in many major religions and is a central feature in all the Abrahamic faiths. In Islam, adult Muslims, who are able to, are required to fast during the month of Ramadan.
Working from home for sustained periods, social distancing and isolating can leave us feeling disconnected from colleagues and teams, let alone the friends and family that we don’t live with. However it is vital that we follow the government’s guidance on self-isolation. So here are some tips from Mind and the NHS on coping with isolation and staying at home.
There is a lot of uncertainty right now. The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented and presents challenges to us all as NHS employees and as human beings. We are all likely to experience a wide range of emotions as a natural response to this event.
On the 27th March BMC celebrated 'wear a hat to work day' to raise money for Brain Tumour Awareness. It was a fun day, during a difficult time, raising money for an excellent cause.
Spring is in the air and the mood is positive at Charlotte Keel, despite covid-19 and all its chaos.
Charlotte Keel Medical Practice held an event this week to celebrate people who have achieved Remission of their Type 2 Diabetes through weight loss and healthy lifestyle changes. Eleven patients at the practice who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and have made healthy lifestyle changes were invited in for the celebration.