The CRN North West London is committed to being a place where people want to come to work.
Our vision is to create the conditions that contribute towards a fulfilling employee experience, resulting in high levels of productivity and greater organisational success. This extends to staff based in our partner organisations who work closely with the CRN North West London.
This page is designed to ensure you have easy access to wellness resources that suit your personal needs – helping you to self-manage your own wellbeing.
The culture we aim for
Friendly, open, supportive and honest.
People can discuss issues and problems without judgement and are treated as individuals.
We get the work / life balance right and people feel in control.
Leaders and managers are fully equipped and confident to manage their teams.
People are engaged in meaningful work which gives them a sense of satisfaction.
There is a feeling of realistic and clear expectations.
People feel valued and want to do the best job they can.
Resources for staff in North West London
Wellbeing and psychological support for all NHS staff in North West London. There’s lots on offer, including:
- Free, fast and confidential support
- Mindfulness group
- Financial wellbeing
Take a look: Keeping Well
Below is a summary of where to go for wellbeing support within your organisation.
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Trust
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust
NHS North West London (formally North West London CCG)
West London NHS Trust
Resources from the Mental Health Foundation
The Mental Health Foundation work to prevent mental ill health from developing.
The resources below are available for free. Find high-quality, evidence-based information on various mental health topics.
- Our best mental health tips – backed by research
- How to support mental health at work
- How to manage and reduce stress
- How to overcome fear and anxiety
- How to look after your mental health using mindfulness
- How to look after your mental health using exercise
- How to sleep better
- How to look after your mental health in later life
- The truth about self-harm
Thrive Mental Wellbeing
Helps you monitor your mood and teaches you relaxation techniques such as meditation and deep muscle relaxation.
Take a look: Thrive Mental Wellbeing app
For working parents and those with caring responsibilities, aims to develop skills, enhance family life, and support work / life balance.
Free for NHS staff until 31 March 2023.
Take a look: WorkLife Central app
Find new walking tours based on your location. Simple photo guides help you navigate while nifty tips point out things of interest.
Take a look: Go Jauntly app
More wellbeing resources
Fitness Studio exercise videos
Instructor-led videos including aerobics exercise, strength and resistance, and Pilates and yoga. From the NHS.
Take a look: Fitness Studio exercise videos
For staff at the CRN North West London
A library of wellbeing books are available for staff at the CRN North West London.
Take a look at the Hammersmith Hospital office (3rd floor, Admin Block South)
For details, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Wellbeing Champion
We are looking to build a community of wellbeing champions across the Network to help bring wellbeing to life.
The purpose of the champion role is to actively support wellbeing through raising awareness of activities and by encouraging our colleagues to think about and act on improving their health and wellbeing, both mentally and physically.
If you are interested, get in touch to become a Wellbeing Champion.
Get in touch
If you have any thoughts or concerns about your own wellbeing, or suggestions for how the wellbeing of your colleagues could be better supported, please do get in touch.
Laura Stone is the Wellbeing Lead at the CRN North West London. You can get in touch at: email@example.com