Preventing Burnout in Health & Social Care Professions
Mon 25 March 2019 to Mon 25 March 2019, De Vere West One Conference Centre, London
In light of recent research studies from both the General Medical Council and the University of Manchester, the concerning issue of burnout in medical staff and its relationship with lower professional standards; staff absence; early retirement and recruitment shortages continue to be a major challenge for the NHS and social care providers. This innovative masterclass seeks to focus on a number interconnecting issues that are likely to be present: the issue of declining physical and mental health and how it impacts on performance and capability; the issue of stigma and how this relates to absenteeism and early retirement.
The aims of this masterclass are twofold:
- To enable managers and heads of departments to recognise and deal with organisational factors that contribute to burnout and associated performance issues and
- To equip health care professionals to recognise and act on the cumulative effect of emotional stress and pressure that arises with dealing with people with needs on a daily basis.
20% discount is available by quoting ref: hcuk20barna when booking (*cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full T&Cs available upon request).
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