Caring for people is stressful. Stress can lead to errors.
A recent study suggests that the mental health of medical professionals demonstrates very high levels of psychological distress and burnout. Increasing demands and diminishing resources in the healthcare sector are likely to worsen stress levels in the near future. The stigma associated with disclosing mental health challenges and 'a failure to cope' means that many doctors are reluctant to seek help as they fear sanctions and even job loss. Often help is seen as additional time pressure.
Mindfulness has been well documented as being effective in managing stress, not only in medical practitioners but with people from all walks of life. It has also been shown to enhance resilience and to improve the capacity to be flexible and adaptable in the face of challenges.
With our advances in virtual technology, you can now gain the benefits of mindfulness from the comfort of your own home or office and at a time convenient to you.
Why not join us for a 2 hour online programme, worth 2 CPD points, that can make a difference in your life?
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This course is intended for any medical professional who wants to enjoy a better quality of life. This includes nurses, doctors, consultants, surgeons, human resource partners, training and development practitioners, life coaches, and health and wellness coaches. This course is for all those who seek evidence-based paths toward better personal and professional health and happiness, for themselves and for those with whom they work.
This course is suitable for anyone over the age of 18 as long as: