The Blue Light Card will give you access to 1,000s of deals. Payment of £4.99 gives individuals access to the deals for two years. Those eligible include, NHS staff, NHS dental teams, pharmacy, social care teams & more (specific groups can be found through the site).
Many companies offer special discounts for NHS staff and healthcare workers. This guide by MSE lists the top deals available and how to get them.
NSHE have been working with the Money Helper Service to provide you with free, independent support. Based on calls to their support lines, they have picked out some of the top tools and resources to help you.
You must be GMC registered, have little in the way of income and savings and be unable to support yourself financially due to illness, disability, bereavement or because you are over state retirement age; or because your ability to work has been affected by Covid-19.
There are many grants that provide financial support to people who need it. Use the Turn2us search tool to search for grants according to your role and specific circumstances.
NHS UK Mental Health self-help guides,tools and-activities
This resource is available to those who are, or were: a dentist registered with the General Dental Council (GDC), a student at UK dental school, the dependent of a dentist i.e. partner/spouse/ widow
This page provides a range of widely-available financial wellbeing support and ideas to help any member of health and care staff make their money go further. Includes support offers for utilities, groceries, childcare, transport and general discounts.
The Healthcare Workers’ Foundation provides grants of up to £1,000 to those who are working in healthcare settings and experiencing financial hardship. Please visit the HWF website for more information and ways to apply.
Open to anyone living in London. Good Thinking supports Londoners to look after their mental health and wellbeing in a way that works for them.
Dr Linda Edwards, explores the skills and mind-set required to lead in the world of health and medicine. Through conversations with women from a range of leadership roles, Linda discusses career pathways, leadership style, defining career moments and maintaining a balance in and outside of careers.
This interim clinical guidance update is aimed at clinicians involved in the diagnosis and treatment of children up to the age of 18 years, and follows the UKHSA report released on 2 December 2022.