Dame Kelly Holmes Trust and Westfield Health today launch a three-year charitable partnership, initially focused on improving health and wellbeing amongst young people in Sheffield, with big ambitions to expand programmes nationally.
The University of Sheffield has been awarded a share of £79 million to train the next generation of researchers to tackle major health problems facing people in the North of England and around the world.
Watch back our recent webinar in partnership with Westfield Health for practical tips and positive habits to improve your emotional awareness and mental wellbeing.
The Wave of Thanks campaign, launched this week, invites and encourages people globally to send in messages of thanks, and to share stories of educators who have supported them or their loved ones since the first lockdown in March 2020.
Lockdown highlighted the impact of green spaces on our mental health and wellbeing – and now researchers are investigating whether prescribing nature can help prevent and tackle mental ill health.
Companies need to have the right skills to support the mental health of workers returning from furlough, advises a leading Sheffield training academy.
At itsettled, they’re passionate about mental health. They know that late payment can cause a myriad of mental health problems, from stress and anxiety to depression.
Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park is becoming the active heart of the local community through the return of a broad range of health and wellbeing activities as pandemic restrictions ease.