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Opening Doors – Addressing the mental health of nurses and their patients 19-9-19
Join C3 and experts for a free evening webinar to discuss the role of mental health in wellbeing and the importance of prioritising nurses’ own mental health and that of their patients.

The webinar will be streamed live via Zoom Webinars and will take place on Thursday 19 September 2019 at 8-8.45pm.

Why mental health?
We know that cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, and respiratory diseases commonly co-occur with common mental disorders such as depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, risk factors for non-communicable diseases such as tobacco use, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, and harmful alcohol use commonly cluster in people with mental disorders. C3’s work has shown that when clinical staff learn more about their own health, then it will have a direct positive effect on the care they give to patients.

Why nurses?
Nurses play a key role in delivering person-centred care in all parts of the NHS and are the largest clinical workforce; developing accessible education and training programmes specifically for them has an important impact on patient care.

Why C3?
C3 Collaborating for Health is a health charity aimed at preventing chronic disease nationally and globally. Through its NURSING YOU programme, C3 has spoken with over 450 nurses who have made it clear: it’s hard to look after ourselves when we’re so focused on caring for our patients.

The speakers
Tom Sandford: C3 associate in mental health and former executive director of RCN England
Dr Steve Boorman: Author of the 2009 NHS health and wellbeing review
Yvonne Coghill: RCN deputy president
Catherine Gamble: RCN mental health nursing adviser
Michaela Nuttall: C3 associate in nursing
Jocelyn Cornwell: Chief Executive of the Point of Care Foundation

The webinar is one of a short series on prevention and management of non-communicable diseases produced by C3 Collaborating for Health (C3) in collaboration with Pfizer.

Sep 19, 2019 08:00 PM in London

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