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Protected: Return to work: personal skills and wellbeing webinar 18th November

Mental healthcare

Course information

Upcoming Date: 18/11/2020
Upcoming Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Length: 1 hour
Cost: Free

About the course

This webinar is for doctors currently out of practice that are planning to return to work. In collaboration with Health Education England (HEE), Maudsley Learning have developed a one-hour webinar to support HEE’s existing resources for returners. The specific focus will be on personal skills and wellbeing in this context.

Maudsley Learning have experience of working closely with returners through the delivery of several courses and workshops. As such, our faculty have a good appreciation and awareness of the range of experiences and diverse needs that returners can have when preparing to return to clinical practice. We know there are many reasons why doctors take time away from practice and understand returning can be a daunting prospect. Hopefully by gaining a better appreciation of the importance of personal skills and wellbeing in this context, returners can feel more confident about returning to work. This webinar will also introduce our planned series of personal skills and wellbeing interactive workshops due to commence in early 2021.

 

 

 

 

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Learning Objectives

The participants attending the course will:

  • Understand key concepts in relation to personal skills and wellbeing for doctors returning to work
  • Understand main needs of returners in terms of personal skills and wellbeing
  • Signpost to a range of resources incl. our HEE-funded series of workshops for returners

Course Information

Target audience

Doctors, GP, GPVTS

Locations
Date
Length & Time
This course will be taking place online.
18/11/2020
12:00-13:00

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