Maintaining wellbeing and understanding self-care for healthcare practitioners


This one-day course is targeted at health and social care professionals.

Designed to assist staff in the recognition of stress and signs of difficulty. In themselves and their colleagues.

Looking at how to manage complex factors of a healthy wellbeing within healthcare practice, and the identification of evidence-based coping strategies and how to adapt these to support personal health and wellbeing

This course focuses on the importance on reflection, and you will complete the module with a critical understanding of wellbeing.

Delivery method
On campus
Centre for Health Innovation Stafford

1 day

Start date

Monday 19th September 2022

School of Health, Science and Wellbeing
Certificate of Attendance

Entry requirements

Health and social care professionals 


£200.00 per candidate 


Fiona Cust

Associate Professor

Fiona is a Registered General and Children’s Nurse and Health Visitor who has had a varied career in children’s nursing within acute and community settings. Fiona is actively engaged in research and regularly contributes to The Nursing Times Journal.

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Dr Jessica Runacres

Senior Lecturer

I am a Senior Lecturer in Research Practice within the school of Health, Science and Wellbeing and I teach research methods and analysis. I am also an active mixed-methods researcher within the fields of health, public health, and psychology.

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