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Staff wellbeing

We promote staff wellbeing at work by providing information, advice and support to create a community and workplace that is thriving, sustainable and safe.

Be Well at Bath

Be Well at Bath is the University's approach to health and mental wellbeing, informed by our staff and students.

Be Well at Bath

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The University's approach to mental health and wellbeing, informed by our staff and students.


Taking a proactive approach to promoting wellbeing.

Staff wellbeing champions

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Understand the role of a wellbeing champion, the support they offer and how to sign up if you'd like to become one.

Work-life balance

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As a University member of staff, there are a number of services available to you to promote wellbeing and improve your work-life balance.

Promote: our staff networks

Find out more about the supportive networks available to you as an employee.

Men's Network

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An opportunity for men from all departments to discuss male health and wellbeing, and connect with other male colleagues.

Menopause Matters

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Information for staff who are going through perimenopause and menopause, and anyone interested in understanding more about this life transition.

Loss and Grief Network

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Our network offers staff a space for informal peer support and discussion about managing loss and grief, particularly in the workplace.


Be aware, then prepare to take action.

Suicide awareness and prevention

This page outlines support for students & staff, the impact suicide can have on us, what the University is doing to prevent suicide and how we can all help.


Spot the signs and respond.

Counselling in the Moment

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Find out how to access free and confidential counselling 24 hours a day, as well as a wealth of practical and wellbeing support and information.