A BIG conversation has begun… and you’re invited!
The Be Well Midlands Big Conversation has now been extended until Friday 13 May, to ensure everyone working in health and social care across Midlands has a chance to have their say and share experiences and hopes around wellbeing.
If you haven’t yet registered or joined in with the conversation, then don’t miss out on the opportunity to have your voice heard and help create positive change! The conversation is happening now and will now be open until 5pm on Friday 13 May.
All 11 Integrated Care systems across the Midlands are joining together to understand how those working in health and social care across the region are feeling after two years working through a pandemic. And we at Lincolnshire ICS would like to invite you to be involved.
We recognise that now is a good time to reflect on how you’ve been impacted and whether the support we currently provide is good, about right or could be improved.
Be Well Midlands is an online destination for you to talk about wellbeing, in the Big Conversation you can share what works, what isn’t working and what you think could be done to improve your wellbeing – this is your chance to have your voice heard on a regional platform – insights drawn from the Big Conversation will help us to understand and discover opportunities for improvement.
We all need to prioritise our own health and wellbeing so that we can take care of others. You can make a real impact by taking part.
Please visit bewellmidlands.org to register and share your feedback. You can add your comments, or simply read what other colleagues have shared.
The Be Well Midlands Big Conversation is:
– Anonymous – your name will not be attached to anything you share
– Open for people working in health and care across the Midlands – to share their views on wellbeing
– For everyone to share their views and experiences – by posting ideas as well as reading, voting and commenting on the ideas of others
– Always on – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while the conversation is live
– Accessible – from wherever you may be, on any computer, tablet or smartphone
Please share this email with your colleagues and encourage them to take part too – this is your opportunity to have a say and make real improvements to your own wellbeing, you need to be well, to care well!