Evelyn Bourke: Bupa's response to COVID-19
A further update on COVID-19 from Dr Paula Franklin, Chief Medical Officer at Bupa Group
Bupa UK Mental Health campaign 'Is it normal?'
It’s a fact of life that most people will find their mental health challenged at some point. Although perfectly normal, it feels like anything but. Here we look to challenge everyone’s perception of what’s considered to be normal and, in doing so, aim to normalise seeking support for mental health.
Why it's important to have a diverse workforce
How we invest in our communties
Find out more about what we have been doing to make a positive impact in our communities. Here we share stories of how we do this through volunteering, fundraising, donations and partnerships, and our dedicated Foundations in Australia, Spain and the UK.
Chief Medical Officers discuss the importance of workplace mental health
Myths about cervical cancer and smear tests debunked
Bupa Podcast Ep2: Kathryn shares her experience of supporting her daughter with poor mental health
Kathryn Dee, a registered mental health nurse and mother-of-two, shares her experience as the mother of a teenage daughter diagnosed with depression and offers some advice for other parents in the same position.
Bupa Podcast Ep8: What it means to be a mental health first aider
Bupa UK’s Insurance Executive Team became the first executive team in the UK to train as mental health first aiders last year. We caught up with Simon Blake, Chief Executive of Mental Health First Aid England, and Mark O’Grady, a Mental Health First Aid England instructor, who has delivered training for Bupa employees.
Bupa Mental Health podcasts with Dr Bill Mitchell
A series of podcasts about how to stay mentally healthy at work and at home with Dr Bill Mitchell a clinical psychologist.
Living well with Alzheimer’s
Our experts in the UK and Australia - Aileen Waton, Head of Dementia for Bupa Care Services UK, and Margaret Ryan, Head of Dementia Services ANZ, share what you need to know about Alzheimer's.