Charity highlights mental health of trainee pharmacists
Pharmacist Support’s ACTNow campaign is this week looking at the wellbeing of trainee pharmacists.
The second instalment of the ACTNow campaign kicked off yesterday (June 21) and runs until Friday June 25. It offers support and resources including revision tools, a guide on wellbeing in the workplace and an online session delivered by the charity's resident wellbeing expert.
Trainees are encouraged to sign up to receive campaign resources here.
The charity said: “It can be difficult to find time to prioritise wellbeing, especially right now whilst working, studying and revising for the assessment. That’s why Pharmacist Support is inviting all trainees & prov reg to join the ACTNow campaign.
“Based around the five ways to wellbeing, each day we will be guiding our trainee and provisionally registered pharmacist following through activities and resources that will help them get mentally prepared for the assessment and for life as a newly qualified pharmacist.
“Across the week, we will be hosting a series of free and simple activities, including Instagram workouts, a live wellbeing session, and providing access to resources, such as a Workplace Wellbeing Pack, videos and a revision planner.”
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