We have highlighed some resources and tools to support you in staying mentally and physically healthy. Please email any other relevant resources or tools that you think others in NDM might find helpful
See also the following university pages for further guidance and support:
University Staff Health and Wellbeing page. These pages offer guidance on issues ranging from setting up your home office and IT, to managing your physical and mental health and keeping your career development on track.
Oxford University coronavirus response - These pages offer the latest information, guidance and support to help you adjust to new ways of working that result from the impacts of coronavirus
Occupational Health - Advice and updates from our colleagues at Occupational Health
Connection and support at work
Looking after your mental health - The University has a wide range of resources to help individuals manage mental health problems, as well as resources for managers and teams to help support each other
Microsoft Teams MSD guidance on Remote Working with Teams
Oxford Research Staff Society is a collective voice for researchers at the University of Oxford.
Resources and tips from the Occupational Health Service - The University offers various benefits to staff to help improve staff wellbeing including staying active, training resources, University venues that support wellbeing
Oxford University sport - get fit for free. Oxford University Sport invites staff and students to stay active in lockdown with a temporary free membership
Telephone counselling service The service is free to use and is supported via Care First, members of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy on behalf of Zurich Insurance, the University's insurers.
Togetherall (previously Big white wall) Togetherall, is an online peer-to-peer support community. The service is free and support is available 24/7 from anywhere via a web browser. All you need is an active university e-mail address (select “I’m from a University or College” when you register)
Occupational Health a compilation of other organisations that have published free resources and support available online that can help you during this challenging time.
Talks from the Department of Experimental Psychology - At Oxford, we have some of the world’s leading researchers helping us understand the causes of mental conditions and develop effective evidence-based treatments. The Dept of Experimental Psychology are bringing them together in a new series to share their knowledge and answer your questions about how we can look after each others’ mental wellness in our community. Talks will take place twice per term
Free online learning resources "Curious minds" from The Department of Continuing Education
March Network A free network open to anyone with an interest in the role that social, cultural and community assets play in mental health and wellbeing
Oxford Mindfulness Centre - mindfulness sessions and podcasts
Feel Good Book Club - A new book club, brought to you by Samaritans