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Healthy Workplace

Healthy workplace, healthy you

Healthy workplace, healthy you supports employers and RCN representatives to work in partnership to improve working environments. It also supports nursing professionals to lead healthy lifestyles so they can maintain both physical and mental wellbeing.   

Healthy workplace

Healthy workplace

Healthy workplace supports you either as a health care employer or RCN workplace rep to create healthy working environments.
Healthy you

Healthy you

Healthy you is designed for nursing professionals and supports you to develop and maintain your own self-care plan.

Get started 

Find more information about how you, as an RCN rep, nursing professional or employer, can get started and use the Healthy workplace, healthy you resources to make a positive change.
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Rest, Rehydrate, Refuel

Find resources and posters with information, advice and tips about breaks at work, keeping hydrated and employers' responsibilities.

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Success stories

Have you used the Healthy workplace, health you resources in your workplace? Celebrate your success and share good practice. You can also make a pledge or view other case studies.

Mindfulness resources

Developed for nursing staff, six videos have been created cover different stages of your day, from starting the day to arriving home. They also offer practical techniques which you can use.

Work as a health outcome

Working can help people have a sense of fulfilment and purpose. The RCN, the AoMRC and the Association of allied health professionals have supported this consensus statement to support all health care professionals and encourage health care practitioners to consider how best to support people back to work or engage in activity. See the report on the Good Work is Good for You conference summary.

The new Work and Health e-learning from PHE and HEE will support health care professionals to make brief interventions such as discussing the health benefits of work with patients, talking about returning to work and advising on adjustments at work.

Page last updated - 22/10/2019