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Hear updates and explanations from the NHS CHECK team on topics, findings and the importance of the survey

NHS CHECK’s lead investigator, Sir Simon Wessely, talks to Kate Bingham thanks to the Royal Society of Medicine

Kate Bingham is Managing Partner of SV Health Investors and the former Chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce. As Chair of the Vaccine Taskforce in 2020, she led a team of world-class experts from across industry, science, academia, funding, regulators, logistics and government with the shared purpose of procuring and manufacturing COVID-19 vaccine/s as rapidly as possible. Kate will be joining Professor Sir Simon Wessely, RSM immediate Past-President, for a conversation about her career, the strategy and strive behind the UK’s historical COVID-19 vaccine effort, and how the pandemic has changed the biotech and pharmaceutical sector and public opinion.

TIDES bitesized talk
Learn more about the TIDES project (led by Professor Hatch) and what we are doing to tackle inequalities in the NHS
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In this video we talk about the TIDES project and what we are doing with the data we gather through our surveys to help reduce discrimination in health services and improve working conditions for all NHS staff.
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In this wellbeing podcast, BMJ's Abi and Cat are joined by Danielle Lamb, senior research fellow at University College London, and Sam Gnanapragasam, clinical fellow in psychiatry at South London & the Maudsley NHS Trust.
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Dr Ira Madan, Consultant and Reader in Occupational Medicine, giving an update on the NHS CHECK study, why your voice is so important for future surveys, and expressing a massive thank you to those that have taken part.
NHS CHECK has joined the Royal College of Nursing to co-host a discussion around Nurse's Mental Health & Wellbeing based on our findings. Chaired by the President of the RCN, Anne Marie Rafferty.
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Professor Chris Whitty, the Chief Medical Officer for England and the UK government’s Chief Medical Adviser, is interviewed by Professor Sir Simon Wessely to give healthcare workers on the frontline regular and easy-to-access updates from healthcare leaders on COVID-19.
Moral Injury, Mental Health & Covid
Professor Neil Greenberg speaking at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, discussing the concept of moral injury