To be held on: 8 October, 16:00 CEST

To celebrate the World Health Mental Health, which takes place on October 10th, we decided to organise this webinar to raise awareness of the importance of mental health in emergency services and help ensure that organisations and individuals have the tools to address problems they may face. A lot of our community are frontline emergency workers and we feel it is extremely important to promote this issue to protect the well-being of our community, who work so hard to save lives.

This is why we have asked the two experts Monica Million from NENA and Andrew Berrie from Mind UK to join and present their views on the following topics/questions:

• How and with which methods do different programmes/tools help the emergency services community improve their mental health?
• What are the recommendations for organisations who want to ensure their staff’s well-being?
• How to protect the mental health of individuals working in emergency response rooms that have to deal with lots of stress, pressure and emotions on a daily basis?

presented by


Monica Million

Immediate Past President, NENA
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Andrew Berrie

Head of Workplace Wellbeing Programmes (Delivery), Mind UK
Between 2015 and 2019, Mind delivered an ambitious and comprehensive programme of activity aimed at reducing stigma, promoting wellbeing and improving mental health support for those working or volunteering in ambulance, fire, police and search and rescue services in England Wales. In this presentation, Andrew will discuss the impact of the programme in supporting the mental health of emergency responders and Mind’s recommendations for these organisations in creating mentally healthy workplaces.


how to join

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.