World Mental Health Day

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The World Health Organization (WHO) recognises World Mental Health Day on 10th October every year. A reminder for us all to support each other – your mental health matters! The WHO Global Burden of Disease Survey estimates that mental disease, including stress-related disorders, will be the second leading cause of disabilities by the year 2020. Statistics from the centre for …

Curian Medical shortlisted for ‘Rehab Provider of the Year’

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We are extremely proud of our sister company Curian Medical who have heard the news that they have been shortlisted for ‘Rehab Provider of the Year’ at The Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards 2018. The winners of the awards will be announced on 28th November 2018 at the Deansgate Hilton, Manchester. Good luck to Curian Medical and those shortlisted.

#curianreveal

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Our sister company Curian Medical have exciting news to share today – 1st October 2018. Finally the 1st October is here and all of us at Curian Medical are both super excited and super proud, to announce the launch of our Surgical and Further Treatments Fixed Fee Service! Having worked within the personal injury and medico legal sector for over …

World Suicide Prevention Day

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Monday 10th September is World Suicide Prevention Day #WSPD2018 #WSPD #WorldSuicidePreventionDay #SuicidePrevention In 2017 5,821 suicides were recorded in Great Britain.  Suicide can affect anyone regardless of age, race, gender, sexuality or religion.  Today people across the world come together to raise awareness and support. If you know someone who may be struggling, reach out to them! Working Together To …

Staff Development and Training

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Curian Medical recognises that staff development and learning is an integral part of the organisation’s strategic planning. The training and development of our staff is key to the continual growth of the organisation. Curian constantly seeks to improve the opportunities available to enable staff to reach their full potential. Last week Holly Beedon, our in-house Psychotherapist delivered a workshop to …

Training – Thursday 9th August 2018

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Curian Medical promotes staff development and training for its employees and as such our team will be involved in a Resilience Training session today during the hours of 12.00 – 2.00 p.m. During this time you will be able to leave messages and our Curative Team will respond at the earliest opportunity.  This session is being delivered by our own …

Happy Birthday to Curian Medical

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It’s our birthday! This week our sister company Curian Medical are celebrating their 7th Birthday. We would like to say a big thank you to our customers, patients, suppliers, experts, partners and employees for their continued support. Curian have continued to expand since our last birthday, now offering a portfolio of services to the Occupational Health industry as well as …

Resilience Workshop

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Here at Curian Medical our employees will be attending a Resilience Workshop on Thursday 9th August the hours of 12.00 noon and 2.00 p.m.  During this time you will be able to leave messages and our Curative Team will respond at the earliest opportunity.  This session is being delivered by our own Psychotherapy and Psychological Team here at Curian. What …

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

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A sub-division of Curian Medical, Curian Minds is a dedicated provider of talking therapies in the UK, specialising in delivering psychotherapy services such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Bereavement Counselling, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), as well as a range of further treatments nationwide to both the personal injury and occupational health sectors. All business and industries have a …

How learning can improve our mental wellbeing

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Learning new skills can be useful, but research shows it can also improve our mental wellbeing.  People who carry on learning after childhood report higher wellbeing and a greater ability to cope with stress. They also report more feelings of self-esteem, hope and purpose.  Learning often involves interacting with other people and this can also increase our wellbeing by helping …