Wellbeing Day Supporting The NHS
Supporting the NHS is something that RSM takes a huge amount of pride in; being able to support such an incredible institution is hugely rewarding for everyone involved in our business.
28th November 2022
On Thursday the 7th of July, a wellbeing day for the trainee doctors within West Yorkshire took place in Marsden. The day was planned to provide that extra bit of support for all the staff that have worked incredibly hard over the last few years to keep us safe. Its aim was to ensure that our healthcare superheroes were properly recognised, that the mental health support available was highlighted, and they generally have a great day outside of work. The day consisted of a few activities but notably a bake off, in which the cakes were made by the doctors, and any donations were passed onto Andy’s Man Club.
Andy’s Man Club is a men’s suicide prevention charity, offering free-to-attend peer-to-peer support groups across the United Kingdom and online. Their aim is to end the stigma surrounding men’s mental health and help men through the power of conversation.
Wellbeing is important not only for the individual but the system within which that individual works. We understand that the work doctors do can be mentally and physically exhausting and it is not something that can be left behind once they exit the hospital doors. Often the focus on fulfilling the ‘doctor role’ – putting others’ needs and wellbeing before their own, comes last. So here at RSM, we provided the event with some hampers including champagne, cookies, and other goodies to relax with! Our small way of saying thank you to those who help keep us safe when we need them most.
We were hugely pleased to hear that the event raised over £150 for the charity.
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