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We have a range of wellbeing tools to help you with any questions, concerns and worries that you may have in managing your condition and treatments and to help your ideas and thoughts about adjusting and coping. Please click on the links below for more information: 

 These include: 

  • Wellbeing Toolkits
  • Websites
  • Apps
  • Webinar Series 

Webinar Series

Living alongside cancer in the context of COVID-19

The Psychology Team at University Hospital Bristol and Weston have put together a number of webinars to help maintain wellbeing at this unsettling time.

What are the webinars? The Psychology Team at University Hospital Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust (UHBWT) have put together a number of webinars to help maintain psychological wellbeing during this unsettling time, due to Covid-19. The 30 minute webinars will offer a chance to see a presentation about each topic, and some guidance about how to manage with these challenges. Each will have a Q&A session at the end, for attendees to ask questions. 

Who are the webinars aimed at?  These webinars are designed for TYA and adult patients with cancer and their supporters, as well as the parents of children with cancer. This series is aimed at patients, or the supporters/parents of patients who have their oncology care provided by UHBWT.

When are they running?  There are currently no live webinars scheduled but you can find the links to our recordings below.

How do I watch previous webinars which were recorded?  You can also watch the content for our previous series of webinars by using the links below. The password for all of them is Psychology1.  Please note these were designed for Oncology and Haematology patients and families of University Hospitals Bristol and Western.  The recorded content is only of the professionals presentations and will not include the patient Q&A to ensure patient confidentiality.We would encourage you to register to attend our live webinars to get the full experience. 


Paediatric Cardiology Psychology 

Please view the below support videos for paediatric cardiology patients and their families. 

Wellbeing toolkits

The toolkits below have been designed to offer information and support for those going through treatment and their loved ones.

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The NHS website providing information and resources about taking care of yourself and your family.


Information and resources about all aspects of child health, including eating, sleep, emotional difficulties, bullying and bereavement.


An information hub offering young people advice and help on mental health problems including depression, anxiety and stress.


Information, resources and apps to help you build a healthy lifestyle.

Helping children and parents prepare for hospital and answer some of their questions.


Website for children about Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, including information about coming to hospital and about procedures and tests.

Living life to the full - short courses to help with common mental health difficulties.

Information and support for families with children with a disabililty.

Information, support, podcasts and more for people living with pain.

Information and advice for people approaching the end of their life, and their carers, relatives and friends.


Note:  all the apps recommended here are available for free through the NHS Live Well site (


Catch It

Helping you apply psychological approaches to your mental health and wellbeing.

Stress And Anxiety Companion

Helps you manage stress and anxiety on the go.

Health Unlocked

The social network for health - find and connect with people with a similar health condition.

Health Fabric

Supports you with your management of long term health conditions.


Disclaimer:  Please note that use of resources/tools/apps in this list are not intended to be a substitute for a consultation with a healthcare professional.  It is up to you to contact a healthcare professional if you are concerned about your health.