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Helping patients to help themselves – Webinar 3

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Helping patients to help themselves – Webinar 3

July 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Webinar 2: Dealing with compassion fatigue: when you can no longer relate to your patient in an empathic way

Many staff are struggling with chronic stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue, all of which can have a negative impact on us and our work. You will leave this webinar knowing how to recognise the signs of compassion fatigue and how to reflect on your work as a healthcare professional. We will also cover a few techniques from compassion-focused therapy which may support your wellbeing both at work and at home.

This series of webinars has been developed developed by Moa Sundstrom, Trainee Health Psychologist at the KMPCTH, for Tissue Viability Ambassadors in general practice to provide tools for implementing clinical knowledge, support behaviour change in patients, compassionate communication, and to spot the signs of and overcome compassion fatigue.

Other Primary Care staff who are interested in these topics are welcome to attend especially if they are interested in tissue viability and behaviour change.

It is recommended to attend the whole 3-webinar series. You will receive an attendance certificate after each webinar.

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If you haven’t got a Medtribe account already, you will need to create one, which will be used for further events, CPD, feedback or courses with the KMPCTH. You will need to book for each webinar.

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