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Covid-19

Health Partners offer our valued clients and their colleagues information, advice and guidance to help you manage during this challenging time.

Our pages will be updated on a regular basis in response to changes in the COVID-19 environment - so keep coming back to take a look.

Our COVID-19 support services:

To help you navigate these uncertain times, Health Partners offers the most up to date, evidence-based advice from your Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Client Relationship Manager, supporting you in safely returning your employees to the workplace and in helping create virus-free workplaces. We offer:

  • Chief Medical Officer strategic advice on safe workplaces
  • COVID-19 clinical assessments
  • Webinars and bulletins
  • A range of COVID-19 testing options including antigen and lateral flow.

Give us a call or email us to find out how we can help you.

COVID-19 and men's health

Men are potentially more at risk with COVID-19. There is a lot they can do to minimise their risk.

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Sleep: key to your physical & emotional wellbeing

With COVID-19, most of us are experiencing unexpected changes in the way we live and the way we work; we are having to adapt very quickly.

 Good sleep can be one of the main casualties.

 Let’s look at sleep and how we can improve it.

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COVID-19 and coping with anxiety

These are certainly challenging times.

Most of us are experiencing unexpected changes in the way we live and the way we work; we are having to adapt very quickly.

Let’s look at some tips to deal with the anxiety we may be feeling about it all...

Asthma, COPD & COVID-19

Health Partners OH Physician, Dr Emma Bennett, discusses asthma, COPD and how people with these conditions can stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Infection Protection & Control at Home

EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR DISEASE PREVENTION & CONTROL: TECHNICAL REPORT

This document provides guidance on infection prevention and control (IPC) measures for people with suspected or confirmed coronavirus disease (COVID-19) who are experiencing mild symptoms that do not require hospitalisation, therefore self-isolating at home.

Ensure your actions are in line with Public Health England advice.

Useful links:

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Working from home

Improve Your Resilience

How To Wash Your Hands

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