The SY Workforce & Training Hub recognise the importance of promoting the wellbeing of all healthcare workers and so we have arranged a series of evening webinars designed to do just that.
The webinars are for any clinical professional working in general practice at any stage of career post early years (i.e. not on GP new to practice fellowship, nurse VTS, PA preceptorship or following FCP roadmap)
The webinars are provided by Resilient Practice
Karen and Chrissie are practising healthcare professionals who provide wellbeing and resilience training for a host of NHS organisations. The webinars include a practical element and share tools and techniques that can be used throughout the clinical day ensuring we all stay afloat whatever the weather.
See details of all the webinars below with links to register.
You can also view the full collection on Eventbrite.
Oct 11th and 19th : 7pm – 8pm
‘What does self-care really mean?’
The term ‘self-care’ is overused. Here we discuss what it really means to care for Self in terms of setting boundaries, self-checking, creating balance and self-care assessments.
Nov 15th and 29th : 7pm – 8pm
‘The power of meditation and mindfulness’
These are core skills in maintaining our mental wellbeing. Here we explore the differentiation between them, explain their individual benefits, and allow delegates to experience them as skills to take away.
Dec 13th and 20th : 7pm – 8pm
‘How to say No’
Habitually saying “yes” to all requests comes from a core belief that we must agree to everything to be valued. Here we challenge this concept and provide the specific tools for saying “no.”
Jan 10th and 24th : 7pm – 8pm
‘Compassion Vs Empathy’
Understanding how regularly attempting to experience another person’s pain and distress results in projecting ourselves into imagined scenarios. This creates a stress response within us and puts our wellbeing at stake. Delegates will learn practical ways to foster compassion and tools to stop them from taking their work home with them.
Feb 7th and 21st : 7pm – 8pm
‘How to manage conflict’
We all have our own unique model of the world based on our conditioning. Understanding that each of us sees every experience through his/her own personal lens gives us the power to account for our own responses. Here we also teach specific language tools intended for use in all situations of conflict.
March 13th and 20th : 7pm – 8pm
‘How to manage complaints’
Complaints are a leading cause of distress and are often avoidable. With good self-awareness and tried and tested language skills, we teach ways to avoid our interactions leading to complaints and how to manage them if they do arise.