- Do you want to understand why you, or your colleagues, fall into destructive or unhelpful patterns of behaviour with some individuals and not others?
- Would you like to change the way you approach situations or individuals that you find frustrating, anxiety provoking or challenging?
- Have you experienced a situation or encounter with a patient or colleague which has led you to behave out of character, feel a lack of empathy or become upset?
- Would you like to help a colleague develop insight into behaviour or communication that is problematic for others in the team?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then this interactive, reflective and challenging course might be useful for you.
Via a mix of presentations and small group working, the course will help you understand the benefits of enhanced self-reflection, both after challenging events and in the moment. Real time reflection can be of great value in reducing risk, allowing unhelpful responses or actions to be avoided.
The three key skills involved in enhanced self-reflection will be discussed, explored and practiced using own scenarios allowing delegates to increase awareness, take control and to reflect rather than react.
This course is suitable for any healthcare professional and will be run as a small group based, interactive workshop led by Liz Price, Head of Training, CPD and Risk Advisory Services at MDDUS.
This course has been accredited by the Royal College of Physicians for 2 CPD credits.
MDDUS Member: £65
Non-MDDUS Member: £90
Primary Care Direct delegate: £80
**To book your place, please click here.
Please read before booking:
- You MUST have a webcam, speaker and microphone available on the device you intend use to access the training. This will ensure you are able to fully engage with the speaker/other delegates. This also allows our CPD verification process to be robust.
- You MUST be able to access and fully participate in a Zoom meeting from whatever device you choose to use. Please cut and paste the following URL into your internet browser to access help on how to do this. The page includes the option to join a ‘test meeting’ from the device you intend to use. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-meeting
- If you experience any technical difficulty when checking you can access Zoom it could be because your local IT support is blocking access. If this happens you might consider using your own mobile device instead – Zoom works well on tablets.
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