People

November 2019

Healthy relationships - November 

7/11/19

AccessEAP has a free live webinar on Domestic and Family Violence Awareness this November to support WSLHD employees.

The live webinar is on Friday 22 November at 11.00am

To take advantage of this free webinar and more resources available, click here. You can register to AccessEAP via employee login tab on the homepage.

For further wellbeing support for WSLHD employees visit our Staff Wellbeing intranet page here.

Contact for more information 

Deirdre Beaney

9840 3649

deirdre.beaney@health.nsw.gov.au

Submitted by Deirdre Beaney

AccessEAP November news: domestic violence, a workplace issue

7/11/19

This month’s newsletter focuses on the important issue of domestic violence.

In this issue:

 

  • AccessEAP CEO, Sally Kirkright about the importance of addressing such a prevalent issue in society which is domestic violence.

  • Tips for self-care

  • Men’s health- Movember

  • Awareness days and EAP in Focus app.


To read the newsletter, click here.

Contact for more information 

Monique Richardson

8247 9191

newsletter@accesseap.com.au

Submitted by Monique Richardson

Donate to our Christmas collection #itsinthebag - Staff Health Westmead

7/11/19

The Staff Health team are supporting In The Bag Christmas charity campaign by being a drop off point.

We welcome all WSLHD staff to drop off your donation bag between Friday 22 November and Saturday 5 December to our new Staff Health Clinic location at Level 1 E Block (Next to Social Work department), Westmead Hospital.

There are 85,000 homeless women who need your help this Christmas. Many have fled domestic violence or experienced extreme poverty. We want to make them feel special. You can help. It’s simple and it makes a big difference in a woman’s life

Fill a handbag with a Christmas gift for women and girls in need. For further information on how you can help, please click here.

Contact for more information 

Deirdre Beaney

8890 6777

WSLHD-Staffhealth@health.nsw.gov.au

Submitted by Deirdre Beaney

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