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National Work Life Week 2020

Are you getting the right balance at home and at work? The impact of coronavirus continues to develop and alter our home life and our working life. Whether you and your colleagues working from home …


Working from home: how to do it safely

As more of us are working at home than ever before, make sure your employees have a safe set-up to ensure their wellbeing is protected. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, so do the …


MOHS Top Tips: how to wash your hands

A handy reminder for everyone on the most effective and hygienic way to wash your hands. Now is a good time to remind ourselves of the most effective way to wash our hands and protect …


Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

This March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Learn about the symptoms and support available if you are diagnosed. This March is Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. As with other …


Coronavirus update: 25th February

Our most up-to-date statement on the actions and precautions to be taken regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). As the coronavirus epidemic continues to develop, we have issued a statement which reflects the current UK advice, primarily issued …


Coronavirus: actions and precautions

Read our statement which details actions and precautions to be taken regarding the coronavirus. As the coronavirus epidemic continues to develop, we have issued a statement which reflects the current UK advice, primarily issued via …


World Cancer Day 2020

World Cancer Day is a global event which aims to raise awareness and encourage people to take action. World Cancer Day is a global event which aims to raise awareness and provide invaluable information about …


Organ Donation Week 2019

It is Organ Donation Week 2019 (2nd-8th September), which aims to raise awareness of the importance of talking to loved ones about organ donation to help save lives. Organ Donation Week (2nd-8th September 2019) aims …


Dry January

Many of us will start the new year eating healthier, doing more exercise and cutting out alcohol. Why not give Dry January a try? January is often a time of reflection and reassessment of our …


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