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Together is better.

Our corporate supporters have been a game changer for Nurse Lifeline. Whether it's through providing services or vital funding to support the launch of our listening service, their contribution has been invaluable.

If your organisation has the capacity to join our team in supporting nurses, midwives and healthcare support workers through peer support and wants to make a true difference to frontline staff, then we want to hear about it.


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At Nurse Lifeline, we're all about building community.
We also believe in using our collective voice to raise awareness in support of initiatives that are in alignment with our cause, and we believe in cheering on those who are trying to make a difference.
We want to do all we can to ensure that those in need get the right support,
which is why we are proud to be supporting the Nursing Times 'Covid-19: Are you ok?' campaign.
The campaign highlights the significant impact that Covid-19 has had upon healthcare workers and aims to ensure that staff receive access to sources of wellbeing and mental health support during and beyond the pandemic.
Click below to check out their campaign page and resources.

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We're proud to be listed as a support service for this study, lead by Dr. Ruth Riley and team.

Suffering with Suicide: Revisioning distress and suicidality in women nurses

Across five studies the research team will be implementing new ways of thinking to help understand what contributes to personal suffering, distress and suicidality for diverse populations of women nurses. They will be exploring forms of workplace injustices and inequality, and how they operate and affect each other, using a feminist and intersectional approach. As they learn, they will share insight with health sector leaders and key policy makers, so that future research and preventative work can incorporate our findings.

This Self-Care and Personal Wellbeing course is designed to help you develop a deeper understanding of self-care, its importance, and how to incorporate it into daily life. The course will cover various self-care practices, mindfulness techniques, and strategies for managing stress, anxiety, and burnout. Aimed at those working in the care sector you will learn how to set boundaries, prioritise personal values, and create a self-care plan that is tailored to your individual needs.

The Florence Academy

Discover this FREE course held by our supporter, Florence that acknowledge caregivers need to look after their own mental health and wellbeing.

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