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Festival of Wellbeing

 

Part One

Part Two

Nurturing A Lean Habit

During this interactive session the ourcambridge Simplifying our Processes team will look at how habits can be established and how this can be applied to Lean tools and techniques, so helping to embed continuous improvement across the University.

Relax, Look, Imagine with the Fitzwilliam Museum

Immerse yourself in inspiring works of art with this series of short films, which offers guided relaxation and looking, taking favourite paintings from the Fitzwilliam Museum as a starting point. Created with artist Filipa Pereira-Stubbs as part of the University of Cambridge Museums Dance and Time with the Museum programme, each film lasts around 17 minutes.

#StayActiveCambridge

10:00

Daily

The University of Cambridge Sport #StayActiveCambridge programme provides you with free online workouts, ideal for completing at home. There is Yoga, Pilates, HIIT, Strength & Core as well top tips in the Coaches' Corner feature. 

Homerton College Virtual Garden Tour

 

A video recorded in May 2020 of the lovely gardens at Homerton College, still maintained by the gardening team during lockdown. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIzKXbELZVk

Homerton College Virtual Garden Tour

 

A video of Emeritus Fellow Stephen Tomkins providing a guided tour of the Homerton College gardens in September 2020.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzOTRdKde0U

Clare Hall College

Allotment Project from the students at Clare Hall College

Mon 28 June 2021

Raven log-in required

2021 Annual WiSETI Lecture

'How Covid Changed the World'

Dr Charlotte Summers PhD FRCP FFICM

Hosted by Professor Dame Athene Donald DBE FRS

 

For this year's WiSETI lecture we welcome Dr Charlotte Summers who led the critical care response to COVID at Addenbrooke's Hospital.

Charlotte will share her scientific journey alongside a commentary on what it's like to be a woman scientist today.

Mon 28 June 2021

Raven log-in required

How We Can Promote Greater Compassion at Work

Now more than ever, there is a need for compassion in the workplace. But what do we mean by a ‘compassionate workplace’, and what are the benefits of being more compassionate – towards ourselves and others?

Jonathan Taylor, Occupational Psychologist from Pearn Kandola