Our resources page on looking after yourself and your staff during Covid-19 has a series of guides for you to explore, giving you a wealth of information to support your practice.
This page shares guidance for employers and tools to help you quantify and manage your risk, which is sourced from NHS Employers, NHSE the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, the GMC and the BMA.
An up-to-date guide for GPs on the QCovid score, which uses factors like age, sex, ethnicity and existing medical conditions to predict risk of death or hospitalisation from Covid-19.
A useful reference guide for what to do when patients decline to wear a face covering, linking to the Cabinet Office, NHSE and MDU information.
From NHS UK, this page lists counselling and support services for different groups of NHS staff.
This page links to resources to help guide GPs and other keyworker parents and carers on talking to children about Covid-19.
On this page you’ll find a list of evidence-based apps to support mental well-being, improve sleep and help manage anxiety.
This guide gives a helpful overview of recognising professional and personal limits, and details how to access guidance and support.
An at-a-glance guide for resources and outlets to help you source PPE when you cannot obtain it through official channels.
This page contains details of home and regional testing for key workers and their households, and when best to take the test.
Sourced from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), this important information provides guidance on the natural course of community recovery, and signs of compassion fatigue.
This guide, sourced from Dr Clare Gerada, is a quick-glance resource for doctors who have or feel they might have long Covid, with links to external information.
This page details a confidential staff support line that’s been established by Our NHS People.
Here you’ll find details of the BMA’s confidential 24/7 counselling and peer support services open to all doctors and medical students.
Top-line advice from a consultant neurologist on supporting patients who report ‘brain fog’ after having Covid infection.