• General

    • label On this page you will find information on the Ask,...
      On this page you will find information on the Ask, Tell Respond digital resources that have been developed in collaboration with Public Health Scotland and NHS Education for Scotland (NES) and further developed in partnership with local boards/organisations and people with lived experience.  These free digital learning resources are already in use across Scotland with continued interest from a wide range of agencies and individuals.

      The learning resources outlined below provide an opportunity for those individuals who have previously attended training such as Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid (SMHFA); SMHFA YP (young persons); ASIST and safeTALK programmes to refresh their knowledge on mental health and suicide prevention as well as expanding their knowledge around self-harm.

      In order to access these learning resources please login or create a TURAS account. You can create an account at https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/

  • Mental Health resources

    • label Supporting a mentally healthy workplace: a guide f...

      Supporting a mentally healthy workplace: a guide for managers 

      A presentation is available for managers, team leads and people in similar roles. It is designed to help you to be better able to support the mental health of employees and to encourage good practice in promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in the workplace:

      Access: Please login to your TURAS account to access this guide- https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/46641



    • label Promoting mental health and tackling inequalities&...

      Promoting mental health and tackling inequalities 

      Includes understanding what mental health is, features of positive mental health, determinants of mental health, trauma and inequalities that can lead to mental ill health, what works to improve mental health and how you can apply this knowledge in your own workplace.            

      Access: Please login to your TURAS account to access this course - https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/37027


    • label Supporting people in distress and crisis  ...

      Supporting people in distress and crisis 

      Includes understanding distress, crisis and related risk or protective factors, recognising when someone may be experiencing distress or crisis, providing a compassionate and helpful response, supporting self-help and problem-solving and knowing how and when to access more urgent support for someone. 

      Access: Please login to your TURAS account to access this course - https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/38199


    • label Supporting people at risk of suicide  ...

      Supporting people at risk of suicide 

      Includes the factors that may lead people to think about suicide, working with people to assess their risk of suicide, conversations that enable people to talk about their thoughts of suicide, when to seek emergency support and intervention for people at risk of suicide, practical and emotional approaches to supporting people at risk of suicide. Part B includes additional information about children and young people who may be at risk of suicide.

      Access: Please login to your TURAS account to access this course - https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/41022


    • label Supporting people at risk of self-harm  ...

      Supporting people at risk of self-harm 

      Includes the different reasons why people self-harm, understanding self-harm as communication of distress,  some common misconceptions surrounding self-harm, impact of thoughts, feelings and emotions on self-harm, adopting a sensitive, compassionate and  non-judgemental approach when talking about self-harm,  risk and protective factors associated with self-harm, ways you can positively respond to and talk about self-harm.

      Access: Please login to your TURAS account to access this course - https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/39315


    • label Supporting recovery and quality of life for people...

      Supporting recovery and quality of life for people living with mental ill health 

      Includes understanding  the concept of recovery and how to work in a way that promotes this, supporting  people to engage with wider community resources that promote social and peer support, meaningful purpose and positive relationships, understanding the physical health problems and barriers to treatment and lifestyle change that can be experienced by people living with mental ill health, recognising the impact of stigma and discrimination on mental health recovery, and promoting inclusion, health and quality of life.

       Access: Please login to your TURAS account to access this course - https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/38200



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