RCEM membership provides you with access to the following resources which aim to provide you with wellbeing support.
Welcome to the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Wellbeing App page. This page provides information on the RCEM Wellbeing App, how to get access, and how to use it to support your wellbeing.
RCEM have partnered with 87%, and alongside a team of psychologists, built a fully customised mental wellbeing app specific to the needs of emergency physicians.
The College is pleased to be able to provide the app to ED community as well as to RCEM members.
Clinical Leads for ED’s across the UK have been asked to make all eligible staff aware so that they can be invited to use the app.
The app is already available to all RCEM members – please email email@example.com if you would like us to resend your access code.
If you need help with any of the steps above, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are the basic instructions you will need to get you started, further support can be found in our FAQs document here. If you require support or have questions about using the app please contact: email@example.com
+ How do I create a new account?
First you’ll need to download the app built by 87% (please search for 87percent).
Then when prompted, you’ll need to enter:
The app contains a wellbeing questionnaire which addresses 7 dimensions of health. Upon completion of a mental fitness profile, you’ll receive a score and fitness programme with routine bite-sized actions to help you stay on track. You’ll also get custom advice and monthly reports to help you stay aware of your progress.
The College is keen to ensure that Fellows and Members have their individual needs addressed, so the RCEM Wellbeing App is filled with content that will have something for everyone. The app also highlights tips, tricks, services and websites which can offer advice and support more widely.
This app is convenient, accessible, secure and entirely private with only aggregated and anonymised data being shared with the College to track the wellbeing of our specialty as a whole.
RCEM have partnered with 87% provide the RCEM Wellbeing App for Fellows and Members to have the tools they need to Measure, Understand and Improve their mental wellbeing. Having good knowledge about one’s own mental fitness empowers people to make small changes that make big differences to their work-life and relationships.
This app was built by a team of psychologists who have worked in a wide range of NHS clinical settings. The team has built an evidence-based, best practice approach to mental wellbeing for staff who work in the NHS, as well as more widely.
The wellbeing assessments are psychometrically valid and using Cronbach’s alpha, the reliability of each measure ranges in strength from 0.68 – 0.80. The assessments in the app were built under the guidance of Psychiatrist and Professor Chris Evans, co-creator of the CORE-OM (Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluations), measures that are widely used in the NHS and other clinical settings.
RCEM recognises the importance of protecting the personal information of its Fellows and Members. Though the provision of the RCEM Wellbeing app, no personal data is shared with 87%.
The email address of members will only be used to send a personal invitation from the RCEM Wellbeing app and subsequent member-specific wellbeing newsletters. Should you wish to unsubscribe from all future wellbeing emails, you can do so from the link at the bottom of these emails or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you wish to delete your data, you may do so at any time from within the app.
RCEM have partnered with Health Assured, the UK and Ireland’s leading wellbeing provider to offer a 24 hour helpline to support you through any of life’s issues or problems. |
Health Assured provide a 24/7 confidential helpline support for all our members via a Health Assured Individual Assistance Programme.
The app will provide links to many wellbeing resources available through RCEM and trusted external sources. RCEM has produced the following resources to support your wellbeing: