Let’s understand anxiety
A blog by Dr Mark Winwood, Principal Psychologist
For 2023, the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week is anxiety. Despite anxiety being a very normal human experience there may be times when it starts to impact your everyday life and it may overwhelm us. With this in mind lets understand anxiety, how it differs from stress and worry and explore a few techniques that might help us manage uncomfortable feelings associated with anxiety.
We spent the day at the Coronation of King Charles!
Neil Fletcher, Roald Dahl Teenager & Young Adults Transition CNS spent the day with colleagues at The Queen Victoria Memorial Grandstand to celebrate The Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
Stress Awareness Month 2023 - #ACTNOW
In celebration of Stress Awareness Month, our team of psychologists at Barts Health would like to encourage an open conversation on the impact of stress.
“The team were very friendly and made us both feel at ease”
A mum whose little girl took part in a clinical trial targeting respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) shares her experience and encourages other parents to sign their children up.
Celebrating World Sleep Day
On World Sleep Day (17 March), Mark Winwood, from the Psychological Support Service team, shares his top 10 tips for improved slumber.
Who are they? Meet your healthcare scientists
Do you know who healthcare scientists are and what they do?
Our future workforce
Russell Thomson, lead nurse and manager for outpatient’s, hares the benefits of having T level students on board
International Women’s Day: “By supporting others, we build them up.”
This International Women’s Day we hear from Jo Morgan, our clinical research facility operations director, about her career to date, the challenges she’s faced and the support she’s had.
Let's #EmbraceEquity this International Women's Day
To mark International Women’s Day, Barts Health’s Women’s Network celebrated five years of progress to improve the experiences of our staff across the trust.