9.30am – 12.30pm – Friday 24th June 2016
Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescott Street, London, E1 8BB
The NHS Practitioner Health Programme has more than 8 years of experience, seeing and treating over 2000 clinicians suffering with a range of health issues. In recent times we have seen a significant increase in younger doctors seeking help; most commonly presenting at 29 years old. This is a very worrying trend.
On 24th June we will be hosting an event to explore with junior doctors what needs to be done to restore the NHS as a healthy place to work, for body and mind.
This will be an opportunity to consider the barriers and facilitators to a healthy NHS workforce, as well as a chance to consider techniques to ensure and restore your own wellbeing.
Medics and healthcare professionals are well accustomed to giving care sometimes at the expense of their own health and personal life. We work long and odd hours often under unrelenting pressure. It can be difficult to strike a work life balance in this current climate.
Mindful Medics shall be running a yogic breathing and mindfulness meditation session during the event.
Join us to:
- Improve physical and mental wellbeing
- Increase emotional IQ and resilience
- Improve work productivity and performance
- Improve your interpersonal relationships
· And much more…
Outputs from the day will be shared with key decision makers.
We hope you will join us and be part of the conversation.
100 places only – please register as soon as possible to ensure you have a place.
To book a place at this free event please complete the booking registration form click here.