Educational Wellbeing Talks and Webinars

Our educational livestreamed talks connect your employees to leading health and wellbeing experts with the aim of empowering them to lead healthier and more productive work lives.

Each talk includes:

  • Livestreaming access for all staff
  • Recording of talk for your staff intranet
  • Highlights summary handout

All talks include time at the end for a Q&A session with the speaker.

Educational events are an ideal tool for encouraging open conversations about health and wellbeing in the workplace, challenging stigmas, and providing information about the support available for those who are struggling with specific issues. They can drive a positive work culture in which employees can thrive.

SCHEDULED LIVE-STREAMED WEBINARS FOR 2022

The following livestreamed talks are scheduled throughout the year, and align with key awareness dates.

View our next livestreamed events on our events page, or view the 2022 line-up below:

Friday 21 January 2022
Healthy Weight Loss and More Energy! Top Advice from Leading Nutritionist Marcelle Dubruel

Tuesday 25 January 2022 
Stress Bust the New Year! With Mental Health First Aid Instructor Laurence Jones

Wednesday 2 February 2022
Are You a Pain-Free Smooth-Mover? Top Advice from Orthopaedic Surgeon Mark Webb

Tuesday 22 February 2022
Power Up Your Immunity! With Immunity Expert Associate Professor Dr Colin Hamilton-Davies

Tuesday 8 March 2022 – International Women’s Day 
Lifetime Essentials for Women’s Health with Leading Gynaecologist Professor Dame Lesley Regan

Thursday 21 April 2022
Are You a Pain-Free Smooth-Mover? Top Advice from Orthopaedic Surgeon Sujith Konan

Wednesday 27 April 2022
Busting Stress Myths, and More! with Dr Amy Imms

Wednesday 11 May 2022
Reduce Stress and Strengthen Relationships with Dr Amy Imms

Thursday 12 May 2022
Avoid Burnout: How to Thrive, not just Survive! with Dr Amy Imms

Friday 13 May 2022
Mindfulness for Busy Lives with international leader in mindfulness Vidyamala Burch

Wednesday 25 May 2022 – National Walking Month
Footloose! Secrets to Healthy Feet with Leading Foot Surgeon Mr Lloyd Williams

Wednesday 22 June 2022
Beat Aches and Pains with Experienced Osteopath Simon Chafer

Wednesday 10 August 2022
Brain-Boosting Foods with Leading Nutritional Consultant Marcelle Dubruel

Wednesday 14 September 2022 – World Suicide Prevention Day
It’s Good to Talk About Mental Health with Mental Health First Aid Instructor Laurence Jones

Thursday 29 September 2022 – World Health Day
Stay Heart-Healthy for Life! with Leading Cardiologist Dr Guy Lloyd

Tuesday 18 October 2022 – World Menopause Day
Taking Charge of Menopause with Women’s Health Expert Lexie Minter

Wednesday 2 November 2022 – National Stress Awareness Day
Managing Your Stress Bucket with Mental Health First Aid Instructor Laurence Jones

Thursday 17 November 2022 – International Men’s Day/Movember
Lifetime Essentials for Men’s Health with Leading Prostate Surgeon Professor Roger Kirby

You can also visit our events calendar to monitor upcoming scheduled webinars and events.

EXCLUSIVE WEBINARS ON TOPICS OF YOUR CHOOSING

These live talks/webinars can be arranged at a time and date of your choosing, subject to speaker availability, and topics may be adjusted to suit your requirements. Here's a selection of topics that may interest you:

Webinar presented by Honorary Clinical Associate Professor Colin Hamilton-Davies, University College London:

  • Looking after your health in COVID times
  • Supporting your body’s natural defences against viruses

Dr Hamilton-Davies has over 30 years’ experience of working in intensive care. He is the Clinical Lead for the Acute Cardiac Critical Care department at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, City of London, one of the largest critical care units in the UK. Dr Hamilton-Davies is also Clinical Associate Professor at University College London, where he has been involved in research on the immune system for the past 25 years.

Mental Wellbeing Webinars presented by Thrive4life’s Director of Mental Health Training, Damon Peterson, or by one of our MHFA approved Mental Health First Aid instructors:

  • Mental Health Awareness (for all staff)
  • Introduction to Managing Mental Health in the Workplace (for Line Managers)
  • Introduction to Meditation and Mindfulness (for all staff)

Wellbeing Webinars presented by Thrive4life Health & Wellbeing Specialist, Chiedu Hing:

  • Managing the Anxiety of a Return to the Office Environment
  • How to Achieve a Good Work/Life Balance
  • How to Optimise your Sleep
  • Looking after your emotional and physical wellbeing

Wellbeing Webinars presented by Thrive4Life lead nutritionist, Marcelle Dubruel:

Energy, stress, wellbeing topics:

  • Optimum Nutrition – Anxiety and Stress Resilience
  • Optimising your Energy and Resilience through Good Nutrition
  • Optimum Nutrition for your Immune System
  • Mindset and Good Mood Foods
  • Mental Health and Brain Nutrition

Weight Management topics:

  • Be a Healthy Weight for you
  • Turn your skinny gene on!
  • Happy Hormones Happy Weight
  • Dynamic Digestion – Eat to be Slim
  • Optimum Nutrition and Mindset for Healthy Weight Management

Seasonal Nutritional Topics:

  • Autumn Re-Set – Change up your eating habits
  • Winter Wellness – Support and boost your immune system
  • Spring cleanse – Dietary and nutritional advice
  • Summer Shape Up – Top tips for shaping up for summer

Musculoskeletal Health Wellbeing Webinar presented by Osteopaths For Industry consultant Laurence Jones, Osteopath:

  • Looking after your back and neck at work

Musculoskeletal Health Wellbeing Webinar presented by Osteopaths For Industry consultant Emma McDonald, Physiotherapist:

  • Managing your musculoskeletal health while working from home
  • Future proof your wellbeing – Looking after your physical health in a seated role
  • Protect yourself against muscle aches & pains and back injury at work and at play!

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