Building Work Resilience - Sustaining Practice
GPEx are pleased to offer this single day training to assist the building of resilience and wellbeing within the medical workforce.
This training has been developed particularly for the medical workforce keeping in the mind the stressors and demands placed upon doctors as a consequence of the demands of their work and also their commitment, pride in their work, and often perfectionist nature.
The training is developed based on concepts of positive psychology and has elements of the work of Professor Martin Seligman, Dr Michelle McQuaid and Kathryn McEwen. The training incorporates the components of the R@W7 measure which is a measure of workplace resilience developed by Kathryn McEwen.
“Firstly we need to make sure we are looking after ourselves – that we have good work/non-work balance, that we take time off when we’re sick, have adequate holidays, nurture our relationships…”
Associate Professor, Dr Jill Benson AM, Medical Educator GPEx
Topics covered in the training include: *
* this is a snapshot not an exhaustive list of topics covered
- Rating your wellbeing
- Living Authentically
- Core Values
- Finding your calling
- Maintaining Perspective
- Managing Stress
- Managing Conflicts
Recent participants of this new program have said…
“The workshop highlighted some simple things I can do to make life as a registrar much easier. Very helpful at identifying strengths and weaknesses and a great source of information about managing stress and change, thank you”
“I found the resilience training fantastic and took away some practical tips to implement into my everyday life. I will be sure to recommend the course to others”
Upcoming Training dates;
Saturday, 19th October 2019 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm ACDT
Register at Eventbrite;
As part of this program we will be conducting a separate research project in conjunction with the University of Adelaide (Project title: “Burnout in General Practice registrars: A mixed methods investigation”, Human Research Ethics Committee Approval Number H-2019-072). Participants will be invited to complete up to three 10-minute surveys examining wellbeing. These surveys are completely voluntary and your decision to participate or withdraw from the project will have no impact on your relationship with GPEx.
Register your interest in both the training and research project by clicking the below link;