Below are just some of the features that the Laura Hyde Foundation has been featured in within the mainstream media.
A hard hitting feature outlining recent ONS sourced statistics showing that over 30 nurses took their own life in the preceding 7 years.
Laura's own story is just one of a few featured with LHF providoing comment on the work underway to prevent this happening again.
Our charity trustee Imogen Landers and amazing charity champions Kirstie Hill and Rosie Doyle are all included on this exclusive feature that looks at what is needed to help our frontline NHS staff with their mental health long after covid19 passes.
Charity champion Kirsty Keenan featured on BBC Scotland News speaking about her work on the frontline in the face of Covid-19 and the associated pressures by keeping a video diary of herself pre and post shift.
A fantastic 3 page feature on the Laura Hyde Foundation from the Nursing Standard featuring two of our trustees and charity champion Kirsty Keenan
An article featuring our trustee chair Liam Barnes commenting on the mental health crisis engulfing our frontline emergency services.
An article that again focuses on the ONS sourced data of over 300 nurses taking their own life over the preceding 7 years
Closer magazine present the issue in a slightly different angle than other media outlets however LHF feature prominently.
A feature highlighting the fact that four nurses killed themselves fearing they would be struck off from working in the NHS.
Our clinical lead Jennifer Hawkins comments and is featured
One of our long time friends and supporters Kirsty Brewerton opens up about her own mental health battles in a hard hitting piece.
The Laura Hyde Foundation feature as an organisation looking to remedy the issues experienced by Kirsty
Laura Hyde Foundation feature heavily in article that outlines the surge in support requests for mental health issues on the back of covid-19
A long time friend of the Laura Hyde Foundation Kirsty Brewerton talk openly about her own mental health as she works on the frontline amongst the Covid-19 pandemic.
A prominent article outlining the mental health impacts on frontline staff of covid-19.
NHS doctors and nurses fighting the coronavirus crisis are suicidal and too scared to hug their children,
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An article with the well respected Nursing Times outlining the Laura Hyde Foundation's demand for a fit for purpose helpline for NHS workers to access.
An article where the Laura Hyde Foundation provide comment on the supply issues for PPE for our frontline staff in the covid-19 pandemic
An article that sees the Laura Hyde Foundation calling on the government to set up a dedicated, clinically supervised helpline for healthcare workers affected by the covid-19 crisis.
Article highlighting the dangers to frontline NHS staff without the necessary equipment being in place
An article showcasing the likely PTSD impact to our frontline workers in light of covid-19 with Liam Barnes commenting
An article confirming the opening of a NHS focused helpline for mental health support after our campaigning
An article showcasing and promoting our 'Start the Conversation' campaign allowing NHS workers to obtain free wellbeing badges
Our clinical lead Jennifer Hawkins interviewed on 1st April 2020 in regards to the growing mental health crisis on NHS staff in the face of the covid-19 pandemic
Trustee chair Liam Barnes interviewed on 10th April 2020 in regards to NHS workers isolation approaches and their impact on their mental health
Charity trustee Imogen Landers speaks to ITV news on LHF's no mask for mental health campaign
Trustee Chair Liam Barnes and Charity Champion Kirsty Brewerton on ITV lunchtime news discussing LHF as part of mental health week